One of the powerful adjustments you can utilise with Suspended Fitness Training is that of levers and load.
SUSPENDED LEVER PRINCIPLE:
The further the load is from the axis of rotation the more force required and the further the center of mass or centre of gravity is from the axis of rotation, or the base of support, the more load.
Most training methods require you to STOP the exercise if you wish to increase or decrease the load. However with Suspended Fitness, you can adjust the load on most exercises by changing your lever, all without having to stop.
Being able to adjust your load mid-set, or even mid-rep, means you can effectively hit your target rep range or time for the exercise. It also is helpful when training groups of varied strength and ability as each person in the group can choose their own load for a given exercise in order to challenge their own strength.