Battle Ropes are great for upper body conditioning, core stability, and increasing aerobic capacity.
Even with this rise in popularity, they are still only looked at as a tool for conditioning.
But battle ropes are only used in typical fashion, such as alternating waves, double waves, double slams, etc.
In today’s A.D.D. world, we know how quickly someone can become bored with these repetitive exercise, so change up your training with these 5 Battle Ropes Exercises you have probably never tried before!
Battle Ropes Exercise #1: Sitting Pull
Battle Ropes Exercise #2: Forward Pull Through
The Battle Rope Forward Pull Through exercise resembles a rope pull with a sled or prowler, which targets your back, core, and biceps. What makes this movement unique is the leverage difference do to the anchor points created by the kettlebells.
Battle Ropes Exercise #3: Backward Pull Through
The Battle Rope Backward Pull Through exercise is one of my favorite Battle Ropes exercises because it forces you to maintain a strict hinge position for the entire drill. The hinge position just happens to be one of the weakest positions for most trainees.
Battle Ropes Exercise #4: Side Pull
The Side Pull is another Battle Ropes exercise that makes you maintain a hinge position throughout the drill. Only this time, there is much more core engagement because of the off balanced position your body is put into by the placement of the anchor point.
Battle Ropes Exercise #5: Curl Pull
If you thought you could not get a pump from the curl pull, think again. This Battle Ropes exercises will have your biceps looking like Schwarzenegger’s…you know…when he was still jacked.