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Battle Ropes

Get roped in to this fantastic piece of kit for some killer cardio and targeted muscle work. These heavy, supersized ropes add resistance, working your abs, arms, shoulders as well as conditioning and engaging your legs without any of the strain of a high impact activity. Try battling your way through some of these great battle rope exercises.

Battle Rope Workouts

The Russian Twist

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Keep repeating as quickly as possible.

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Slam the rope down over one side of your legs, then lift them up and over your knees and slam down the other side. 

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Sit on the floor facing the ropes with knees in the air and feet together, holding ropes in both hands.

The Slam

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Slam them down simultaneously on the floor using your full body and bending the knees.

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Stand up straight as you life the ropes high above your head.

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Hold the rope in both hands, stand with feet shoulder-width apart.

The Wave

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Move your arms up and down as fast as possible to create a wave motion with the ropes.

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Keep a neutral spine - shoulders back and down.

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Hold the ropes in both hands, stand in a slight squat position.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are battle ropes?

What are battle ropes?

These supersized, heavy ropes are usually anchored to the wall, adding resistance to work your muscles for a killer workout.

Why should I use battle ropes?

Why should I use battle ropes?

Strengthen your abs, arms and shoulders, engage your legs and get all the benefits of a high-intensity workout with none of the impact.

Who are battle ropes good for?

Who are battle ropes good for?

Suitable for any level of fitness, this is a great high-intensity workout for those looking to minimise the strain and impact on the body.

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