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NCL introduces TRX Suspension Training

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) has recently announced that guests will now be able to enjoy TRX Suspension Training aboard their cruise ships.

An activity that can be enjoyed as part of a group or individually, TRX Suspension Training is an activity that has become an extremely popular and effective way of increasing core strength and resistance. The roots of suspension training have been around since the early 1800s but have only really come to the fore since the turn of the last decade.

Using a method whereby the participant is effectively anchored (no pun intended) to a high-level object (such as a wall or dedicated structure) by adjustable strapping, those taking part are able to perform a multitude of exercises whilst focusing on their balance and stability against the pull of the anchor system.

An ex-Navy Seal, Randy Hetrick, is credited with designing the modern day harness/rope system that is now commonplace in many gyms and fitness suites throughout the world.

NCL is cruise line renowned for their ability to cater for fitness enthusiasts, with the majority of their fleet offering all-encompassing onboard health and fitness programs, climbing walls, personal trainers, and yoga/Pilates suites

Previously only guests sailing on Norwegian Epic have been able to enjoy TRX Suspension Training facilities on their cruise holiday but it is now available across the line’s entire fleet of Freestyle Cruising vessels.

NCL currently offer sailings to some of the most popular cruise destinations in the world, including Alaska, the Caribbean and the Mediterranean.

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