Ten Percent of Pink
Suspension Trainer Sales to be Donated to Susan G. Komen in Support of Breast
Cancer Awareness 



SAN
FRANCISCO, CA  September 30, 2014 - TRX, the industry leader in
functional training and creator of Suspension Training and Rip Training, announced today it is partnering with
Susan G. Komen to release
limited-edition, pink Suspension Trainers and apparel available while supplies
last beginning in October, National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and running
through the holiday purchase season. 




As a symbol of support and solidarity, TRX will exchange its
trademark yellow and black colorway for a distinct pink and black color scheme to
help raise awareness and funds for Komen. With this partnership, TRX continues
its history of working with non-profits as 10% of the proceeds from the pink
Suspension Trainer will go directly to Komen to aid in the fight against breast
cancer. To raise awareness, the Komen logo and information also appear on TRX
t-shirts and tank tops. In order to maximize donations raised for the cause,
TRX is extending this initiative beyond National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
and continuing sales through the busy holiday season.




"We are honored and humbled to partner with Susan G. Komen and
support a cause that is working to improve the health and well-being of women around
the world," said TRX Founder and CEO Randy Hetrick. Now women who train with
TRX can train knowing their investment in their own health is also supporting
awareness for the improved health of all women.




By partnering with Komen, TRX is committed to helping raise
awareness and find the cures for a disease that 1 in 8 women in the U.S. will
be diagnosed with in their lifetime. Contributions from the partnership will
help Komen fund lifesaving community programs and innovative breast cancer
research.
TRX is the leader in Suspension Training and Rip Training and is
focused on producing best-in-class training equipment, workout programs and
education courses to help users achieve peak performance, reach their goals and
get the results they want. Founded on the belief of training movements, not
muscle, TRX is changing the way consumers exercise and offers scalable training
opportunities for users of all fitness levels and ages through their innovative
products.




Customers can order the special-edition, pink-TRX Suspension
Trainers starting October 1 at TRXtraining.com. 




For more information on TRX and its partnership with Susan G.
Komen, and its range of products and programming, visit TRXtraining.com 




About TRX

TRX is the fitness world's preeminent producer and seller of functional fitness
training programs, education and equipment for professional trainers, health
clubs, military, fitness-minded consumers and athletes of all levels. TRX designs and sells original products of innovative design and premium quality
construction, including Suspension Training and RipTraining functional fitness equipment. Through a commitment to ongoing research
and product development, TRX is changing the way consumers
exercise, athletes train for sport, soldiers train for combat, physical
therapists rehabilitate patients, and exercise instructors train clients. TRX's
unique corporate environment and culture has earned recognition from leading
media organizations, consistently ranking amongst the nation's top companies
within annual "Best Places to Work" listings from Inc. Magazine, Outside
Magazine and San Francisco Business Times. TRX has also been a
multi-time award winner on the Inc. 500 list of America's Fastest Growing
Companies. The complete line of TRXproducts, training
programs, education and accessories can be purchased directly from TRX online at trxtraining.com. For more
information on TRXproducts, education and programming, call
(888) 878-5348 or email info@trxtraining.com. 




ABOUT SUSAN
G. KOMEN 

Susan
G. Komen is the world's largest breast cancer organization, funding more breast
cancer research than any other nonprofit while providing real-time help to
those facing the disease. Since its founding in 1982, Komen has funded more
than $804 million in research and provided more than $1.7 billion in funding to
screening, education, treatment and psychosocial support programs serving
millions of people in more than 30 countries worldwide. Komen was founded by
Nancy G. Brinker, who promised her sister, Susan G. Komen, that she would end
the disease that claimed Suzy's life. Visit komen.org or call 1-877 GO KOMEN.
Connect with us on Facebook at facebook.com/susangkomen and Twitter
@SusanGKomen.

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