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TRX Breaks Guinness World Record for Largest Suspension Training Class

TRX Breaks Guinness World Record for Largest Suspension Training Class

The brand behind the world’s most iconic suspension trainer celebrated its 20-year anniversary by breaking a world record

TRX Training celebrated its 20-year anniversary by making history, hosting the largest suspension training class ever recorded and setting a new Guinness World Records mark.

The event took place during TRX’s International Training Summit at the 2004 Summer Olympics grounds in Athens, Greece. A group of 422 participants came together to celebrate this milestone in the world of functional training. 

“The size of this record-breaking suspension training class in Athens demonstrates TRX’s global leadership in functional training,” said TRX CEO, Jack Daly. “TRX has been the most versatile piece of exercise equipment available since US Navy SEAL Randy Hetrick brought it to market 20 years ago.”

The TRX Training Summit, held in collaboration with one of Greece’s top fitness groups, Alterlife, attracted over 600 attendees, making it the largest summit in TRX’s two-decade history. Fitness instructors, coaches, and enthusiasts from around the world congregated at the Olympic basketball arena for two days of immersive training and coaching sessions aimed at inspiring the next generation of TRX Trainers.

The Guinness World Records title is a signal that TRX is committed to continued global expansion.

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TRX has had an eventful past year, launching new products in partnerships with top fitness brands. The company created custom suspension trainers in collaboration with Xponential Fitness brands YogaSix and Club Pilates as well as Orangetheory Fitness.

Last year, TRX acquired YBell Fitness, which makes a kettlebell-dumbbell combination product, and signed a multi-year lease in Delray Beach for a 12,000-square-foot property, moving its global headquarters to Florida from San Francisco. The move was part of the brand’s strategic shift after its acquisition by Daly, which also saw Hetrick return to the company he founded as its chairman.

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