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Intensify Your Battle Rope Workout with these 5 Variations

 

Battle Ropes are already intensity in ten cities, but if you are ready to level up with them...check these 5 Variations to Intensify your battle rope training: 

 

 

  1. Tall Kneeling - This position allows you to understand how much your legs give you power, even if you are just doing an “upper body exercise” like the alternating waves or lateral waves. The tall kneeling still allows you to use your hips and torso to generate force for and through your upper body and arms.
  2. Half-Kneeling Right - I choose half-kneeling if I am trying to “turn-on” one of my glutes or get more muscular activation through one glute at a time. This will help force unilateral engagement and activation.
  3. Half-Kneeling Left - Don’t forget to use both sides, unless there is a radical asymmetry in your musculature and engagement...no one wants to walk in circles from too much engagement on one side over the other.
  4. Seated - If you thought your abs and upper back were...
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5 Ways to Perform Alternating Waves with Battle Ropes

 

5 Ways to Perform Alternating Waves with Battle Ropes

To get the most out of each movement, you will need to understand all the ways to make that movement happen. Alternating waves is an incredible movement for cross-patterning, strength, endurance, and coordination, bringing brain health and body fitness improvements every time you train them.

 Whether you are trying to go the distance with your alternating waves, or you just want to squeeze every drop of goodness and sweat out of your alternating waves training on the battle ropes...here are 5 ways to make this movement happen.

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 Bi’s and Tri’s Alternating Waves

 For those of you looking to put some pump in your arms, or you are looking to isolate your biceps and triceps with some great antagonist work, the bicep and tricep...

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Interview with John Brookfield, Founder of Battling Ropes System and so much more

 

I had the great honor of interviewing John Brookfield, a long time friend of mine, but moreover a man with exceptional physical, mental, and spiritual prowess!

I underestimated him the first time I met him, and was immediately humbled, by quite possibly the most humble man to ever achieve so many world records and physical feats.

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Here are just a few:

  • Inventor of The Battling Ropes Training System
  • Author of several fitness and spiritual books
  • Trainer, mentor, and coach to thousands of people and athletes, including the Special Forces, NFL, and Perform Better Trainers
  • John pulled a truck weighing 24,000 pounds a distance of one full mile in one hour and 23 minutes. The mile pull was done without the use of any pulling ropes.
  • John rolled up one-quarter mile of steel nonstop in 59 minutes. The world record was done by using 62 twenty-foot steel bars, which were 9/16" in diameter. Each bar was laying on the...
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