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jennifer c.
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Report | 5 months ago
Had a great first experience here today! The instructor is very motivating and helps you with getting in and out of the ropes, do it with a partner if you have! Some partner exercises. Wear shorts it gets hot up there!
Andrea B.
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Report | 6 months ago
The instructors are encouraging and enthusiastic. The classes are as challenging as you want to make them. The location is spacious and beautifully designed.
Douglas N.
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Report | 6 months ago
...be prepared to sweat!
Oxana G.
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Report | 7 months ago
Great people and great work out.
Talia S.
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Report | 7 months ago
It's fantastic
Noah S.
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Report | 9 months ago
NSA TrainStation is the best!!
jamie k.
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Report | 10 months ago
TRX Core is the best class I've ever taken ! Niki rocks :)

From Our Editors

NSA TrainStation director Niki Aron has been a personal trainer for more than a decade, during which she has helped people reach their fitness goals, all while embracing the transformative powers of TRX suspension training in a converted airplane hangar. Designed by an active Navy SEAL looking for a way to work out without regular gym equipment, TRX employs straps that help exercisers use their bodies for resistance. With straps looped around hands, ankles, or overenthusiastic ponytails, participants lean back, hang upside-down, and twist. TRX workouts are designed to simultaneously improve flexibility, balance, and core strength.

TRX straps wind around the i-beams of the National Squash Academy, the facility in which Niki hosts classes. Through lessons, camps, and outreach programs, the Academy seeks to fill its ten courts with players of all ages, backgrounds, and skill levels. Because of the origins of the facility, the workout space leaves ample room around equipment and visitors, discouraging overcrowding. The facility was named Best Specialty Fitness Club in Toronto by BlogTO in 2013.

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