A well rounded workout plan includes components for power, strength, endurance and durability. Ropes provide any one of these for a total workout. Battle ropes are also safer because you are limited to the power you can create rather than excessive load in weights, making these ideal for classes. Often thought of as a 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. Going to the gym and waving a rope around without technique or a plan will not drive the results you want. Formulate a plan for better workouts through certification!
Learn from the best. Aaron Guyett is the Battle Ropes & Fitness Programs Director for Living.Fit, with a decade of battle rope coaching, teaching, and programming. Aaron systematically breaks down force, so each participant knows exactly how to program movements, metabolic pathways, and mindset to get the most out of your own training and the training of your clients, athletes, and classes.
Battle Ropes courses are open to anyone and everyone interested in Battle Ropes training. Workshops are most useful for physical trainers/therapists, personal trainers/coaches, sports medicine experts, and athletes, as Workshops will cover in-depth physiological and anatomical aspects of Battle Ropes training.
No. Anyone can attend a Battle Ropes Workshop, regardless of their fitness level or their prior experience with Battle Ropes training. Workshops are designed to accommodate both the beginner and the expert alike.
Aaron is the Master Coach and Fitness Educator Director for Living.Fit. He is also an Educator for Equinox Fitness 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.
How Aaron Discovered the 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, hence improvement in my aerobic capacity, lactic threshold, and mental toughness."
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