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Battle Rope Certification CEU Course

Want to deliver fun and exhilarating exercises for clients who crave challenging workouts? Learn how to incorporate battle ropes into your classes with our Battle Rope Certification CEU course

Become the Go-Trainer for Exciting Battle Rope Workouts

At Fitness Education we created our Battle Rope Certification CEU courses because we realized Battle ropes are no passing fad. They’re a great addition to any cardiovascular challenge or metabolic training circuit. They also bring an element of change into workouts that can otherwise be mentally fatiguing or highly technical.

Our Battle Rope certification course lets you develop your own program for battle rope training. Along with teaching you how to design fun and creative workouts with battle ropes the course will also dive into all the science and safety behind Battle Rope training to ensure every session helps your clients achieve their fitness goals. Complete the training courses and you will also receive NASM units for continuing education and AFAA credits for continuing education to improve your portfolio.

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Create Fun and Challenging Workouts with Battle Ropes

Who doesn’t love an adrenaline-pumping workout instead of the same basic exercise routines? Incorporate a range of various battle rope exercises into your fitness training sessions!

Sign up for our training program on battle rope exercises and become the go-to instructor in your community for fun, challenging, and safe programs. You will learn how to create and deliver workouts that easily include battle ropes. Our course will also provide you with the certification and CEUs you need to pursue continuing education as a personal trainer.

Battle Rope Certification CEU Course

HOW DO I BECOME A CERTIFIED BATTLEROPE INSTRUCTOR

To become a certified  Battle Rope Instructor you need to complete a recognised Battlerope course

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A BATTLE ROPE COACH AND A BATTLE ROPE INSTRUCTOR?

The two terms are often used interchangeably, however a Battle Rope “Instructor” is usually referring to a Fitness Professional who takes “classes” and a Battle Rope “Coach” is usually referring to a Fitness Professional who takes personal training clients.

HOW DO YOU COMPLETE BATTLEROPE CERTIFICATION COURSES ONLINE?

Once you register for your Battle Rope course, you will be sent your log in details. You then work through the course at your own pace, watching the videos and reading the materials. At the course there is an assessment (both theory and practical). Once you submit your assessment, allow our team 3 business days to grade your assessment. Assuming your assessment is successful we will also send you over you completion certificate along with your CEUs / CECs. If unsuccessful, you are able to resubmit your assessment free of charge.

HOW MUCH IS A BATTLE ROPE CERTIFICATION

Our Battle Rope Certification Course is currently $50

WHY FITNESS EDUCATION ONLINE HAS THE BEST BATTLE ROPE CERTIFICATION FOR FITNESS PROFESSIONALS

Fitness Education Online are an internationally recognized CEU provider. Our courses are recognised with all the major registration bodies in the world including NASM, AFAA, Canfitpro, Fitness Australia, REPS New Zealand plus more. Our presenters are award winning international presenters.

WHY SHOULD A FITNESS PROFESSIONAL COMPLETE A BATTLE ROPE CERTIFICATION COURSE? 

A Fitness Professional should complete a Battle Rope Certification Course if they plan to do the following 

  • Use Battle Ropes in their own training
  • Use Battle Ropes in their Group Fitness classes
  • Use Battle Ropes with their Personal Training clients

Battle Rope Training isn’t covered in depth during your initial Personal Training Certification and therefore chances are you haven’t been trained in how to use Battle Ropes. This can result in the exercises not being performed properly which leads to less benefit and increased chance of injury. 

Completing a Certification ensures that you can both perform the exercises correctly yourself AND coach your clients how to perform the exercises correctly.

    WHY SHOULD A FITNESS PROFESSIONAL COMPLETE AN ONLINE BATTLE ROPE CERTIFICATION COURSE? 

    There are numerous advantages to completing an online Battle Rope certification

    • You can take as long as you like to complete the course
    • You can watch the videos over and over again
    • Even after completing the course you log back in and review the course material

    WHY SHOULD A FITNESS PROFESSIONAL COMPLETE A BATTLE ROPE CERTIFICATION NASM RECOGNIZES?

    NASM is considered to be a global leader in certifying fitness professionals and has been around for over 30 years. If a course is recognized by NASM – it has gone through a strict accreditation process.

    WHAT CONCEPTS ARE TAUGHT IN A BATTLEROPE CERTIFICATION COURSE 

    Our Battle Rope Certification Courses are broken down into three main components

    Component 1: The Science and Safety

    Before we teach any exercises / workouts we want to make sure our students understand the science and the safety behind Battle Rope training – what are the benefits? What are the risks? Who should be doing Battle Rope training? Who shouldn’t be doing Battle Rope Training? 

    Component 2: The Exercises

    Once the student understands the science and safety behind Battle Rope training we then teach all the common Battle Rope exercises. We want to make sure 

    1. The student can complete the Battle Rope exercises themselves safely and with appropriate technique
    2. The student can coach a client to complete the exercises safely and with appropriate technique

    Component 3: Programming 

    Knowing all the different Battle Rope exercises is great but it doesn’t mean much if you can’t program them. So the next thing we cover is programming. We want to make sure

    1. The student can program a safe, fun and effective workout for a coaching client 
    2. The student can program a safe, fun and effective workout for a Group Fitness class.

    WHAT MODULES ARE COVERED IN THE COURSE 

    Module 1: Introduction to Battle Ropes

    • Risk Management
    • History of Battle Ropes
    • Science behind Battle Rope Training
    • Know your Battle Ropes
    • Types of Battle Rope movements

     

    Module 2: Waves

    • Grip Variations
    • Introduction to Waves
    • Wave Variations (Progression)
    • Moving Variations (Progression)
    • Variations in Detail

    Module 3: Non Waves

    • Rowing, Towing, Pulling
    • Team Exercises
    • Agility Drills
    • Myofascial Release

     

    Module 4: Programming

    • 1 on 1 Workout Ideas
    • Group / Bootcamp Workout Ideas

     

    Module 8: Course Completion

    • Completion / Assessment
    • References
    • How to upload your CEUs / CECs

    WHAT ORGANIZATIONS IS THIS CERTIFICATION RECOGNIZED BY?

    Currently NASM, AFAA and Fitness Australia, REPS New Zealand 

    HOW MANY CEUs / CECs WILL I RECEIVE ON COMPLETION

    NASM: 0.4 CEU

    AFAA: 4 CEUS

    HOW LONG DOES THE COURSE TAKE TO COMPLETE

    Approx 4 hours

    RECERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

    There are no recertification requirements, the certificate does not expire.

    HAS THERE BEEN ANY SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH ON THE BENEFITS KETTLEBELL TRAINING

     

    Yes, some of the more recent studies include

    Brewer, Wayne; Kovacs, Reka; Hogan, Kasey; Felder, Dominisha; Mitchell, Hannah Metabolic Responses to a Battling Rope Protocol Performed in the Seated or Stance Positions, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research: December 2018 – Volume 32 – Issue 12 – p 3319-3325

     Calatayud, Joaquin; Martin, Fernando; Colado, Juan C.; Benítez, Josep C.; Jakobsen, Markus D.; Andersen, Lars L. Muscle Activity During Unilateral vs. Bilateral Battle Rope Exercises, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research: October 2015 – Volume 29 – Issue 10 – p 2854-2859

    Chen, Wei-Han; Wu, Huey-June; Lo, Shin-Liang; Chen, Hui; Yang, Wen-Wen, Huang, Chen-Fu; Liu, Chiang. Eight-Week Battle Rope Training Improves Multiple Physical Fitness Dimensions and Shooting Accuracy in Collegiate Basketball Players, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research: October 2018 – Volume 32 – Issue 10 – p 2715-2724 

    Chen, Wei-Han; Yang, Wen-Wen; Lee, Yi-Hua; Wu, Huey-June; Huang, Chen-Fu; Liu, Chiang. Acute Effects of Battle Rope Exercise on Performance, Blood Lactate Levels, Perceived Exertion, and Muscle Soreness in Collegiate Basketball Players, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research: October 2020 – Volume 34 – Issue 10 – p 2857-2866

    Dharuman, D., Thiyagachanthan, D., Sridhar, D., Kalidasan, D., Malar, S., & Manogari, M. (2021). Effects of Circuit Training and Battle Rope Training on Upper Body Muscular Endurance of School Girls. Asian Journal Of Applied Science And Technology, 05(01), 39-43. 

    Eginyan, G., Williams, A., Joseph, K., & Lam, T. (2021). Trunk muscle activity and kinematics during boxing and battle rope exercise in people with motor-complete spinal cord injury. The Journal Of Spinal Cord Medicine, 1-8. 

    Langford, Emily L. BS; Wilhoite, Sydni BS; Collum, Connor BS; Weekley, Hunter BS; Cook, Jordan BS, ATC, CSCS; Adams, Kara BS; Snarr, Ronald L. PhD, CSCS*D, NSCA-CPT Battle Rope Conditioning, Strength and Conditioning Journal: December 2019 – Volume 41 – Issue 6 – p 115-121

    Marín, P. J., García-Gutiérrez, M. T., Da Silva-Grigoletto, M. E., & Hazell, T. J. (2015). The addition of synchronous whole-body vibration to battling rope exercise increases skeletal muscle activity. Journal of musculoskeletal & neuronal interactions, 15(3), 240–248.

    Marshall, E. M., Parks, J. C., Singer, T. J., Tai, Y. L., DeBord, A. R., Humm, S. M., & Kingsley, J. D. (2021). Vascular Responses to High-Intensity Battling Rope Exercise between the Sexes. Journal of sports science & medicine, 20(2), 349–356. https://doi.org/10.52082/jssm.2021.349

    Ratamess, Nicholas A.; Rosenberg, Joseph G.; Klei, Samantha; Dougherty, Brian M.; Kang, Jie; Smith, Charles R.; Ross, Ryan E.; Faigenbaum, Avery D. Comparison of the Acute Metabolic Responses to Traditional Resistance, Body-Weight, and Battling Rope Exercises, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research: January 2015 – Volume 29 – Issue 1 – p 47-57

    Ratamess, Nicholas A.; Smith, Charles R.; Beller, Noah A.; Kang, Jie; Faigenbaum, Avery D.; Bush, Jill A. Effects of Rest Interval Length on Acute Battling Rope Exercise Metabolism, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research: September 2015 – Volume 29 – Issue 9 – p 2375-2387
    doi: 10.1519/JSC.0000000000001053 

    Williams, B., & Kraemer, R. (2015). Comparison of Cardiorespiratory and Metabolic Responses in Kettlebell High-Intensity Interval Training Versus Sprint Interval Cycling. Journal Of Strength And Conditioning Research, 29(12), 3317-3325. 

    Comparison of Battle Rope Exercise and Upper Body Plyometrics on Upper Body Power. (2020). Journal Of Xidian University, 14(4). 

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    Get Your CEUs at Fitness Education Online’s Battle Rope Training Course

    Not all fitness instructors know the correct way to use battle ropes, much less use them to their full potential. Give clients the full workout experience by becoming a full-fledged instructor for battle rope training. As battle ropes are quickly becoming the most popular fitness trend, you will attract more clients in your community and the nearby cities.

    All you have to do is sign up for a battle rope training course at Fitness Education Online to earn a certificate and CEUs. We provide top-notch training filled with instructional activities, exercises, and drills that will teach you the best way to conduct battle rope workouts. We will also teach you how to plan and market programs that easily attract loyal clients.

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    Take our online battle rope certification courses today. You’ll receive your CEUs and certificate three business days after completing your course.

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