The TRX Wide Grip Rows is similar to the Low Row and Inverted Row. The major difference is the arms are abducted at about 45-75 degrees, which takes the Latissumus Dorsi out of the equation and puts more stress an the Rear Delts, Rhomboids, and Middle/Lower Traps. That makes this exercises biomechanically more difficult to execute,
The TRX Power Pull is of benefit in two ways: 1. This exercise is of a rotational nature, meaning that you are working on a Transverse plane, as opposed to the usual Saggital or Frontal plane. Most of the movement we do tend to be in the Saggital plane, like running, pushing, pulling, etc.
The TRX tabletop row is a derivative of the TRX Inverted Row and the TRX Low Row, with the arm position of the TRX Wide Grip Row. The defining position of this exercise is the ‘tabletop’ position. which automatically makes the exercise more difficult than the aforementioned ones.
The TRX Chest flye resembles a cable flye, or even a pec deck type flye. It is less of a compound exercise as the TRX push Up, which means the triceps and shoulders are not assisting with this movement. Because of this, the angle at which you will position yourself in order to effectively perform.
The TRX Pallof Press may appear to be a bilateral exercise, however, it needs to be performed on either side to be balanced. Although it appears to be a dynamic exercise, there is an isometric portion to this movement, offering a unique way to stabilize the shoulder girdle.