Battle Rope training is a staple in Unconventional Gyms across the country, and there's a good reason why: they're one of the most functional pieces of equipment for high intensity training and hardcore conditioning.
Our Battle Ropes are a super strong polypropylene length of rope, ranging from 1.5" to 2.5" in diameter, measuring 40 to 50 feet in length.
While usually used for undulating wave exercises, they are also useful for pulling, agility, and partner drills.
Battle Rope training requires non-stop, full body movements that engage your arms and core like few other implements can.r drills.
Combining the unique undulating movements of Battle Rope Waves with High Intensity Interval Training yields rapid increases in endurance. In addition, by combining your wave drills with lower body exercises like squats, jumps, lunges, pivots, walks, and shuffles, you can hit your legs just as much as your arms.
With battle ropes, explosive power, rotational conditioning, grip strength, core stability, and extreme endurance can all be achieved.
While many people limit there Battle Rope workouts to a few wave drills, there are actually a variety of uses you probably have never tried, here are a few:
While Battle Ropes are primarily touted as the perfect hardcore conditioning implement for pro athletes, the truth is that they can be beneficial for everyone. They're fun, functional, and versatile; what more could you want in a single workout tool?
Weights: The 50' 2.5" Battle Rope is 34.5lbs, and the 40' is 28.5lbs.
Battle Ropes can be used for much more than simple wave drills if you know how to set them up. Learn how to use your Battle Rope for climbs, weight drags, and lifts using some simple tricks.
Combining Battle Rope Wave exercises and traveling Battle Rope exercises is a great way to change your workout and make it a bit more interesting. This Battle Rope workout combines a variation of each into 4 supersets that will have you sweating in no time.
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