Don't have a battle rope? Don't worry! Inside we cover substitutes you can use in place of battle ropes if you are interested in pursuing more with battle ropes, but don't own one.
For those that only see battle ropes as an upper body finisher, are missing out on all of the other benefits. And for those that only see it as a fad, forget that ropes have been with humanity since the dawn of human existence, and are only going to become more commonplace in gyms and training around the world, because of the history with humanity and many advantages.
Aaron Guyett had the pleasure of learning how to increase velocity and sustain velocity with John Brookfield, using his Battling Ropes Level 1 and 2. He then hit the books and discovered that wave physics mimics the mechanical physics that are used to create adaptations and results for clients and customers with bodyweight, kettlebells, dumbbells, barbells, etc. Which became a windfall for his own training and all of his clients and customers’ training programs. He was able to take a tool that most people think is a fad or an upper body conditioning tool, and turn it into a results achievement tool, whether you are trying to lose fat, gain strength, increase endurance, build muscle, improve athleticism, or increase speed and power. And do it in all planes of motion for all body parts and all basic human movements like squat, hinge, push, pull, walk, run, carry, and rotate.
Don’t be the person that underutilizes this incredible tool, and don’t make the 3 biggest mistakes.