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All ropes are 50 feet in length and available in either canvas covered or braided construction. In each type you can choose from 1.5 inch, 2 inch or 3 inch diameter. 50 feet in length is the best length for improved frequency, physics, and dynamic movement capacity (if you need a shorter rope because of space, you can always tie off your rope at shorter length, but you cannot make a short rope longer). The longer rope will not necessarily make the workout harder, but will definitely make your movement better with improved wave frequency, shorter ropes do not allow for this.
The shorter lengths can slap and catch because your undulations won't make it all the way down the rope before they hit the anchor point and send feedback back through the rope.
Canvas vs Braided Construction
Canvas Construction. The canvas cover protects the rope by preventing dirt, sand, bark, and grass from the rope fibers, which seriously degrades the rope quality and longevity.This is a triple strand twist battle rope with a canvas cover. The canvas cover is ideal for outdoor use and in locations where the rope is subject to harsher conditions. Ropes without canvas covers that are used outdoors or in harsher environments will fray and come apart. The canvas cover on the rope protects it from friction and fraying, ensuring longer user of the rope. Each rope has comfortable rubber grips on the end to help with grip during intense workouts.
- 1.5 Inch Canvas Covered Battle Rope - 31 LBs
- 2 Inch Canvas Covered Batte Rope - 44 LBs
- 3 Inch Canvas Covered Battle Rope - 120 LBs
Braided Construction. A braided rope is the most durable possible rope for indoor use. The braided rope is another method of making a rope, and it creates equal forces directing down the length of the rope when creating waves, circles, static engagement, and rope pulling exercises. It also is more durable. The only issue, is when performing circular waves, you will feel the rope wanting to twist inside of your hands. This is part of the tension that is being “held” by the rope. It will not twist the rope, so therefor your grip has to fight to keep the circles going. Each rope has comfortable rubber grips on the end to help with grip during intense workouts.
- 1.5 Inch Braided Battle Rope - 28 LBs
- 2 Inch Braided Battle Rope - 40 LBs
- 3 Inch Braided Battle Rope - 110 LBs
Battle ropes are ideal for building muscle, burning fat in home gyms or group settings! Make sure to add our FREE Battle Ropes Level 1 download with your purchase at the bottom of this page!
- 50 ft
- Sourced by Master Battle Ropes Trainer Aaron Guyett for the highest quality
- Comfortable rubber grips on ends for better workouts
- One Year warranty
More About Selecting the Right Battle Rope
Two types of rope making: Triple Strand Twist and Braided
The triple stranded twist is the most common style of rope making, as it is cheaper and faster than braiding a rope. The downfall, is that if your rope begins to untwist it is nearly impossible to twist it back to its original shape and length. This poses a big issue, if you are attempting any cyclonic or circular style of exercises: i.e. full body circles, triple wrapped rope pulling, or outside circles. The canvas cover on these ropes prevents this from happening.
The braided rope is another method of making a rope, and it creates equal forces directing down the length of the rope when creating waves, circles, static engagement, and rope pulling exercises. It also is more durable. The only issue, is when performing circular waves, you will feel the rope wanting to twist inside of your hands. This is part of the tension that is being “held” by the rope. It will not twist the rope, so therefor your grip has to fight to keep the circles going.
Living.Fit by Kettlebell Kings have witnessed the shortfalls in the battle rope production, so we ordered over 30 ropes from 5 different manufacturers to find the very best battle rope. We made our choice after hours of testing and many uses of each rope.
For indoor use, we selected the poly-dacron braided rope.
For outdoor use, we selected the poly-dacron triple strand twist with a canvas covering.
Each rope is manufactured with over 20 key specifications to keep the quality high, as well as three different thicknesses for your continued progressive overload training.
1 ½ inch thick starter battle ropes (this size has humbled the strongest men and women in gyms around the world)
2 inch thick battle ropes for 50% extra mass and more than double the effort needed to send the waves all the way to the anchor.
3 inch thick ropes for double the mass, and an insane amount of effort needed to send the waves all the way to the anchor.
Add an Anchor Set to Hold in Place:
Quickly set up an anchor to take your battle rope anywhere! All you need is a durable canvas strap and a durable carabiner and you use your battle rope anywhere! Watch the instructions below about how you can use the two to create a simple, but effective anchor so you can use your battle rope where ever you need! Nylon strap is one meter in length!
Metal Wall Anchor: Dimensions & How it's Made
- Made of painted steel
- The bolts are galvanized steel size is 8mm(dia.)*80mm(L)
- The weight of each bolt is 0.035kg/pc.
- The weight of the anchor without bolts is 0.907kg/pc.
Carabiner & Strap Anchor:
- The strap length is 90 centimeters, 3 centimeters in width. Made of poly dacron
- The carabiner size is 8 centimeter diameter by 8 centimeter in length made of galvanized steel
Avoid These Mistakes In Your Battle Ropes Training - From Our Courses!
Battle Ropes Fundamentals Course (Normally $149.99, Add with a Rope for $99.99). Learn How to Use One of the Most Effective and Versatile Tools in Your Gym. Contains CEUs for Trainers.
WHAT MAKES A GOOD WORKOUT PLAN? A well rounded workout plan includes components for power, strength, endurance and durability. Traditionally, you need tons of different equipment to provide these for clients. FULL BODY WORK. Often thought of as a finisher or tool for your upper body, battle rope workouts utilize muscles in your glutes, back, abs and can be used to build legs with lunges, squats and jumps. Ropes can be power, strength or endurance. SAFETY. Compared to loaded weights, ropes are safer for clients because the rope is limited to the power you create CLASSES. Train high level athletes and beginners in the same class because you get out of the rope what you put in, rather than being dependent on needing a variety of weights or equipment available. Wide degrees of clients use the same rope. In this course you will learn:
- Battle Ropes Introduction and History
- Battle Ropes Basics, Benefits, and Biggest Mistakes
- Mechanical and Wave Physics
Wave Physics Demonstration from Fundamentals Course
More Included in Course:
- Static Engagement with Battle Ropes
- Power Metabolic Pathway Training with Battle Ropes
- Strength Metabolic Pathway Training with Battle Ropes
- Endurance Metabolic Pathway Training with Battle Ropes
- Coaching Cues and Best Practices
Battle Ropes Advanced Course (Normally $499.99, Add with a Rope for $199.99). Learn How to Use One of the Most Effective and Versatile Tools in Your Gym. Contains CEUs for Trainers!
What is Covered in Battle Ropes Advanced Course? All of the Same Information Above in Fundamentals Plus:
Battle Ropes Introduction and History
Battle Ropes Basics, Benefits, and Biggest Mistakes
Mechanical and Wave Physics
Static Engagement with Battle Ropes
Power Metabolic Pathway Training with Battle Ropes
Who Is The Advanced Course For?
More Included in Course:
Strength Metabolic Pathway Training with Battle Ropes
Endurance Metabolic Pathway Training with Battle Ropes
Coaching Cues and Best Practices
Coaching and Cueing Concepts
Programming Application with Battle Ropes
Running with the Static Rope
One-on-one with the Battle Rope
Small Group with the Battle Rope
Class or Boot Camp with the Battle Rope
Pass assessments when you complete the course and earn a certificate of completion!
About Master Instructor Aaron Guyett
Aaron is Equinox Fitness Training Institute Educator and founder of Battle Ropes Education. In addition to being a Marine Corps Staff Sergeant and Iraq War veteran. Aaron runs run both the virtual and in-person training programs related to battle ropes and other modalities of fitness for Kettlebell Kings & Living.Fit.
One of the ways Aaron discovered many benefits of Battle Ropes:
"When I was training for the Kettlebell World Championships in Dublin I needed to add an aerobic/endurance component to supplement my kettlebell training because my feet were getting killed from so much running. By adding progressive amounts of double rope work to protect my feet and mobility instead of running I drastically improved my endurance with the kettlebell, with adaptations/improvement in my aerobic capacity, lactic threshold, and mental toughness."
Learn from Master Trainer Aaron Guyett
Battle Ropes Movement Demonstration from Master Trainer Aaron Guyett