Stay Fit While RVing – TRX Workout from the Grand Canyon

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In this one, we show you four exercises, each of which hits the legs, that you can do with just the TRX that you can carry along in your RV. We filmed this during our stay at Mather Campground in the Grand Canyon National Park. The four exercises are:

  1. Rearward Lunge with Triceps Pushdown
  2. Side Leg Lift with Rear Delt Fly
  3. Inner Thigh Leg Lift while Leaning Back
  4. Rear Leg Lift from Pushup Position


After 15 years as an educator in both the public K-12 setting and the University level in Special Physical Education, Stef made the leap to her true passion… the fitness world. She’s currently a personal trainer and wellness coach specializing in seniors, medical conditions, and injuries. Stef loves running, cycling, and being “Mugga” to her two favorite mini-humans — Punky and Marshmallow. ❤️

    3 thoughts on “Stay Fit While RVing – TRX Workout from the Grand Canyon

    1. Jeanne Davis

      Hi, Love my TRX, Need suggestions on where to hook it up at the campground. I saw you used a tree. Just in the crook of branches? Not always easy to find a tree with branches to us that low. Any suggestions.

      1. Stef - Post author

        You’re right, trees aren’t always an option. Good solid fences work great, too….anywhere you can find a pole that’s tall enough. Look for a playground at the RV park, monkey bars are perfect! I’ve even used a basketball pole. Just make sure to wrap the small yellow top attachment really tight around the pole or fence post at a higher point, and voila! James keeps talking about coming up with some sort of mount we can attach to the outside of the RV. Once he’s done it, I’ll make sure we post a how-to video!

      2. James

        We’ll be heading out on another trip soon. I have this idea of how to use a tie-down strap (you can get them at Home Depot or Lowe’s) to secure the TRX to any tree – even if there’s no suitable branch. If it works, you’ll be seeing it in an upcoming video. This might happen sooner, since it won’t require me to drill holes in the side of our RV. Cheers!


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