Undulation battle ropes are the newest trend in high-intensity core workouts. The major benefit of training with battle ropes is the use of upper body strength, combined with endurance. Battle ropes require huge demand from the energy systems in your body, burning huge amounts of calories and improving strength and endurance. The rope is simply anchored to a fixed point and each end is held in each hand. By implementing a whipping “Wave” motion, it requires a huge metabolic demand to maintain the wave motion. The workouts are fast, builds muscle and burns fat simultaneously. Stop with the basic workouts when you can start using the new and revolutionary cross training Battle Rope
- Features vinyl wrapped end caps for a firm grip without fraying or coming loose
- Workouts are fast and easy.
- High intensity training with battle ropes build muscles and burns fat
- Minimal stress is placed on the joints, with all the force applied to the muscular system
- Undulation rope training burns just as many calories as running, high intensity core training and resistance training
- Works four different muscle groups: shoulders, legs, biceps and abs
- Easy to set up, ready to be used within minutes!
- Hundreds of different excercises to work out any muscle in your body
- You will develope a firm hand grip, huge, defined shoulders and a solid core
- Can be used outdoors or indoors, anywhere it can be anchored
- High tensile strength for ultimate durability
- Stores conveniently for easy transport or storage
A popular resistance tool for strength training, the exercise rope engages the hands, arms, shoulders, back, core, and legs for a full-body workout.
In addition to the familiar undulation exercises, the versatile rope can also be used for pulling or climbing exercises, alone or as part of a team.
The three-strand-thick heavy-duty exercise rope features a durable polyester blend with high tensile strength to prevent breakage and fraying.
The portable rope’s flexible design can be used almost anywhere, indoors or out. All that’s needed is a stable anchor, like a tree or a pole.