Increasingly popular in gyms, and commonly utilized by boot camps and personal trainers, battle ropes are a dynamic, effective training tool. They are available in a variety of diameters and length, creating progressive levels of difficulty. Longer ropes ideal for pulling movements;
thicker ropes are advantageous for developing power and grip strength.
Battle Ropes are also great because their portability lets you take your workout outside.
The primary benefits of battle ropes training are:
Battle Ropes are Low Impact
Battle ropes provide an excellent alternative to high-impact activities because they enable users to rapidly increase their heart rates while incurring virtually no impact on their joints. This makes them especially good for any clients who may have joint issues.
Battle Ropes Develop Impressive Metabolic Results in a Limited Time
It’s thought that battle rope training demands more oxygen and also elevates post-exercise oxygen consumption. This makes battle ropes an incredible fat-blasting tool that makes you stronger, fitter and more powerful all once, and which translates into 1) better athletic performance, 2) a leaner and more toned physique, and 3) an increased work capacity. All in very little time.
Battle Ropes are Versatile
There are over 30 wave-based movements that can be performed with battle ropes to challenge the upper body, lower body and core in unique ways, including specific exercises for:
- Aerobic endurance
- Anaerobic endurance
- Strength endurance
These exercises can be done one-on-one or in a group setting – and because battle ropes are portable they can be done almost anywhere.
Battle Ropes are Fun
The dynamic nature of battle ropes training attracts attention and interest from clients. The wide variety of exercises gives battle ropes an element of “fun” and keeps the work from becoming repetitive. They are a great alternative to traditional training.
Battle Ropes Build Mental Toughness
Battle ropes workouts are demanding. For a new user, 30 seconds on the battle ropes can seem like much longer, and the first few times they use the ropes they will be challenged to push through their pain and past the fiery feeling in their lungs as they work to increase their work capacity. This helps build a mental toughness that will translate well into sport and into overcoming the challenges of daily life.