I’ve used both and would incorporate both in training. The focus on core strength and stability in both systems is incredible . The Rip trainer allows you to explore more range of motions and is safe for all levels even those in wheelchairs can benefit from its use. The TRX trainer allows you to engage the same muscle groups and more in that you can advance to levels of bar calisthenics with how the system is created . All in all I recommend both systems . You will benefit wonderfully!
I use the TRX for all levels and abilities of fitness. Both systems provide a terrific core and strength workout while using ones own body weight. I opted for the TRX for my studio and create the Rip trainer effect with Pilates equipment that I own.
Two very different modalities. With the TRX, it’s all about stabilizing against transverse rotation. The Rip Trainer is more about moving within it. That’s a bit of an over-simplification since there are some transverse moves with the TRX and some non-transverse moves with the RIP trainer, but they each excel at different things.
Personally, I use a CrossCore instead of a TRX because I like having a pulley at the top so I can do unilateral exercise, hook a kettlebell to it and use it as a cable machine, and it’s really easy to assess clients’ imbalances (they tip to their weak side). And for the Rip trainer, I have the Stroops fit stick (the original stick for the rip trainer) and Slastix bands.
give my support for Rip 60,because it suit for all fitness levels,is a full body work to force your body to stabilize and balance throughout your workout for maximum muscle activation.