TRX means "Training Under Suspension". It is a method of training using your own body weight developped by the US Navy Seals in operation.
Ideal for those starting out, and also for confirmed sportsmen.
Strength and cardio-vascular training sessions suitable for everybody, to chisel your body and improve your general health.
A complete strength workout using only TRX straps. Working your whole body (arms, legs, back, pectorals etc) through a technique of forced instability and research of balance, you will improve your body posture and general strength. This in turn will have a positive effect on your sports performances.
This is Front de Seine’s Cross TRX, Using TRX straps, kettleballs, sandbags, wall balls and slam balls, your coach will lead you through a complete strength and cardio-vascular routine to make you fitter and stronger.
An original mixture of TRX and Yoga to make you suppler, stronger and more balanced, reducing stress through respiratory exercises and meditation, The perfect way to prepare you for more advanced Yoga techniques.
Visit. Begin. Try.
To try Front de Seine, fill in this form or call 01 45 75 35 37.
One of our sports advisors will contact you to make an appointment.
Welcome to Front de Seine.
Thank you for your enquiry and for your interest in the club.
The club will open its doors again on August 29th with new and rethought sport experiences.
Until then, take part in the trainings offered by the club, every day on our pages Facebook and Instagram.
From August 10th: it will be possible to take advantage of an exclusive pre-registration offer at a preferential rate until August 29th.
We will contact you soon to answer all your questions.
We wish you a very nice summer.
Front de seine
01 45 75 35 37
Located in the heart of the 15th arrondissement of Paris, Front de Seine welcomes you every day from 6:45 am to 11:30 pm from Monday to Thursday, from 6:45 am to 10:30 pm on Fridays and from 9 am to 8:30 pm on weekends.
|Monday — Thursday||6h45 — 23h30|
|Friday||6h45 — 22h30|
|Saturday — Sunday||9h — 20h30|