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Battle Ropes Benefit #20 – The Battle Rope is Awesome for Endurance

January 16, 2018 at 8:36 AM – Written By

Battle Rope Education is an organization that offers Battle Ropes Expertise from the Onnit Academy Master Coach of Battle Ropes and Equinox Battle Ropes Educator, Aaron Guyett. In this video Battle Ropes Master Coach Aaron Guyett is explaining the 20th benefit of battle ropes – battle ropes are awesome for endurance. When it comes to... Read Article

Battle Ropes Benefit #19 – Incredible For Strength

January 5, 2018 at 1:58 PM – Written By

Looking to put on some mass, build your biceps, grow your back, pump up your pecs, and put some gains on your lower body…the battle ropes are incredible for strength. Although strength is often synonymous with hypertrophy (see all of the slang terms I was using above), strength is also strength endurance, or pure strength... Read Article

Battle Ropes Benefit #18 – Great for Explosive Power

January 5, 2018 at 11:51 AM – Written By

When it comes to power, we often think of Sprinters, Jumpers, Power Lifters, and Weight Lifters, but we forget almost every sport has an element of power. A time when the body and mind come together to recruit as much muscle mass as possible to put every ounce of force an athlete can produce. It... Read Article

Battle Ropes Benefit #17 – Helps Reinforce Movement Patterns

January 5, 2018 at 11:39 AM – Written By

Why are elite athletes so good at what they do? Whether they are a lifter, golfer, football player, wrestler, or softball player, they are good because their movement patterning is AMAZING! They have done the movements so many times that it would make an accountants head spin with numbers. Whether it is a throw, kick,... Read Article

Battle Ropes Benefit #16 – Displays Issues in the Kinetic Chain

January 5, 2018 at 10:40 AM – Written By

When you use the Battle Ropes they will inevitably display the power output you are trying to interpret down the line of the rope toward the anchor point. It will also display the way in which you are trying to move your body. If the body moves well, the rope waves, frequency, undulations, and patterns... Read Article