Create a Signature Group Training Experience

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Discover the MX4 Training System to create a signature group training experience that attracts, engages and retains members like nothing else. The MX4 Training System leverages Matrix-exclusive equipment and original turnkey programming to address multiple aspects of fitness — cardio, power, strength and endurance — in a unique, motivating and results-driven multi-modality framework. Forward-thinking products like our Connexus Functional Training System, S-Drive Performance Trainer, Rower and Krankcycle combine in near-limitless ways to challenge members of all ability levels. Certified Master Trainers guide members safely through flexible progressions to help them establish, enhance and elevate their overall fitness while building the kind of relationships and camaraderie that foster lasting loyalty. Offer the MX4 Training System at your facility, and members won’t just come back for more — they’ll bring friends to experience the kind of group training experience they can’t get anywhere else.


With our complete, accredited small group training certification, you’ll learn everything you need to help participants establish overall conditioning, enhance their existing abilities and ultimately elevate their fitness in ways they never thought possible. Course includes:

  • How to create a successful small group training program that is adjustable, repeatable, expandable and adaptable
  • The unique benefits of small group training classes centered around the Connexus Functional Training System
  • Essential tips and tricks for designing, setting up and coaching small group training sessions effectively
  • Ways to integrate best-in-class functional training tools like the TRX suspension trainer, Dynamax soft-shell medicine ball, flat circular bands, kettlebells, landmine and battle ropes
  • How to combine traditional and non-traditional cardio exercises with functional training tools to maximize results

*Currently only available in US & Canada


Emily Harbourne was a previous editor for Campus Rec Magazine.

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