Ropes aren't just for tying things up. Muscle Ropes’ heavy ropes are must-have tools for anybody wanting to build muscle and lose weight. Heavy jump rope benefits are astounding. They work so well because they create a weighted imbalance that sculpts muscle and burns fat all over your body. Keep reading to learn more about using our heavy ropes to maximize your burn—and brawn.
Heavy Jump Rope benefits include:
Full-body muscle toning
Body fat reduction
Efficient & effective
Easy to incorporate
Builds strength, endurance, coordination & more
With our weighted Jump Ropes, you can tone the same muscles a regular jump rope can plus the rest of your body; however, heavy ropes are more effective at building lean muscle and reducing body fat. Heavy ropes are also a much more intense workout and more versatile than speed ropes and other jump ropes. If you’re already fit, you can probably do double-skips all day with a regular rope. Many of our customers find themselves on the floor huffing and puffing after just 10 minutes of training with our heavy ropes.
If improving endurance, strength and stability are your goals, Muscle Ropes has what you need. Heavy ropes are versatile enough to be incorporated into existing workouts or used as a standalone workout tool. You can use heavy ropes inside or outdoors, alone or with a partner. Mix and match traditional exercises such as plyometric work and agility moves while using your rope to create endless opportunities for physical advancement and fun.
Choosing the right heavy ropes
To get the greatest heavy jump rope benefits, we recommend you choose a rope based on your current fitness level and goals. Muscle Ropes carries a selection of weighted ropes and accessories so you can get the body you’ve always wanted in a way that’s unlike any other. Our ropes come in a range of indoor and outdoor ropes in a variety of lengths that challenge every level of exerciser from beginner to total beast.
Browse our selection of heavy ropes at www.muscleropes.com to find the rope that’s right for you. For more tips and tools, keep reading other posts on our blog, or join the discussion about Muscle Ropes by connecting to our community on Facebook and Twitter.