I have been teaching TRX for a few years now and love it. The format itself makes it attractive for clients because you can make the moves harder or easier just based on body position. Plus, it’s a core based class and your clients/class will see improvement from week to week.
Music is always a plus and does motivate the group. I mainly use it for background and not for them to feel they have to go to the beat. (Which can take away from form sometimes).
YOU will make the class attractive to clients by:
–Getting to know your participants by name and greeting them when they come in for class.
–Your attention to their form. Watch each participant carefully. Give modifications to those who cannot grasp certain exercises and keep encouraging them.
–Giving your participants a well-planned class each time. Mix it up a bit and try circuits of upper/lower body, or some with cardio bursts mixed in. Make them excited about what you have planned for them that day!
Hope some of these suggestions help you. I have found TRX to be a tried and true format that keeps participants interested in coming back.
Have fun with it and good luck!