If you’re wondering why you have heard so much about Battle Ropes, that’s because it’s the ultimate strength and conditioning workout! The CoreFx Covered Battle Rope has been tested against other battle ropes and has consistently dominated the competition. This Battle Rope is made with a commercial grade nylon cover design to withstand vigorous use! The Covered Battle Rope is 1.5-Inch in diameter and 50-Feet in length and weighs 28 lbs. and has a heat-sealed plastic boot cover for each handle.
Using the Covered Battle Rope provides you with an efficient, low-impact workout that works all your muscles at once – including your grip strength. The Battle Rope will help to dramatically increase strength, explosiveness, endurance and overall cardio and conditioning, fast. This is due to the fact that the goal is to always keep the rope moving, so you’re constantly engaging your legs, upper body and core muscles – while you burn loads of calories. This constant motion adds an explosive and dynamic aspect to your workout that you just don’t get with traditional weight training.
The heavy-duty exercise rope can be used indoors or out, as it offers a reliable, long-lasting performance, so you can perform a high intensity full-body workout just about anywhere!
Why You Need It
The CoreFx Covered Battle Rope offers an overall full body workout that is both fast and extremely effective! Including the Battle Rope into your workout will take your cardio to the next level, while increasing your reaction time and metabolic rate!
How It Helps
The CoreFx Covered Battle Rope is a very popular resistance tool for strength training, the Battle Rope engages the hands, arms, shoulders, back, core, and even the legs (when squats are incorporated) for a full-body workout. Use the rope to sculpt muscles, improve endurance, kick your cardio up a notch, and burn calories.
What You Can Do With It
The CoreFx Covered Battle Rope has an endless amount of exercises that you can incorporate into your workout. The ropes can be whipped, slammed, or dragged, but among the most popular are undulating movements that cause the ropes to move in waves.
To do so, take one end of the rope in each hand and start making alternating “waves” by moving each arm up and down. Once you have the hang of that, move to double waves, with both arms going up and down at the same time. These two exercises are just the beginning of what you can do with the battle rope.
- Add squats, lunges, jump squats or lateral jumps while working the ropes
- Try holding a plank while moving the rope up and down with one arm
- Holding the rope ends in your hands, add a burpee between waves