15 Minute TRX with Dumbbell Workout for Strength and Cardio

This 15 minute video uses both the TRX suspension trainer with a dumbbell for a dynamic, challenging workout. Get your heart rate up for cardio and strengthen and tone your muscles with these unique moves. Options for all fitness levels.

10 thoughts on “15 Minute TRX with Dumbbell Workout for Strength and Cardio”

  1. Gayane Triants

    Thank you! This is awesome. I don’t have dumbbells, so I’ll try to make it work with a kettlebell 🙂

  2. FeedingmyAddictions

    I just found your channel and just wanted to say thank you so much for taking the time to make these videos! I really appreciate it! 🙂

  3. Tammy's Ageless Beauty

    Thank you for taking the time to make such fabulous videos even while you are pregnant!!

    1. BodyFit By Amy

      I would say go straight to the source—www.trxtraining.com. There are some other, cheaper versions but honestly they aren’t as good! The real TRX suspension trainer is worth the money!

  4. Hi Amy, I doing your June calendar. I’m just curious, since most of the workouts are between 25-35 min on average, should we be doing something else on the weekends where you have as off days? I’m trying to lose weight and have a low calorie diet of 1200 calories a day right now (using myfitnesspal to watch what I eat) It is hard to maintain that 1200 calories for the day if I don’t work out. I just don’t want to over do it or under do it. What do you suggest? Stay with calendar and not workout on weekends? Or should I just add something? I’ve heard of the words “active recovery day” what exactly does that mean? Sorry for all the questions. thanks 🙂

    1. BodyFit By Amy

      Hi there! I’m so glad you’re doing the calendar! If you have time to get more on the weekends, I say go for it! I just wanted to keep the calendar simple, with short workouts only 5 days a week, but adding a 6th day of one of the workouts done that week would work. Or, if you want, you could add one of my 5 or 10 minute workouts (there are playlists for both) to one of the weekday workouts. Above all, listen to your body. Active recovery can just mean getting outside for a walk or a hike–something easier on the body but still gets you moving. When our muscles are sore this really helps work out the soreness! I’m not a dietician but honestly I tell clients that 1200 calories if not enough, especially if you are working out. I would say don’t worry so much about calories, but focus on getting real non processed foods—lots of fruits, vegetables, lean meats and whole grains. Hope this helps!

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