Functional Training

Battle Rope Power Slams

Battle Rope Power Slams

Battle rope power slams (along with battle rope double waves) are one of the most commonly performed battle rope exercises.  What Do Battle Rope Power Slams Work? Battle rope power slams predominately work the shoulders, core, latts, triceps and forearms… ...

Battle Rope Circle Wave

Battle Rope Circle Wave

The Battle Rope circle wave is a great alternative to Battle Rope slams and Battle Rope double waves. The Battle Rope circle wave is one of the more difficult Battle Rope exercises to perform because it are not a movement that most people often train. For this reason,...

Battle Rope Tabata Workout

Battle Rope Tabata Workout

I LOVE this Battle Rope Tabata Workout I’m a fan of Tabata workouts in general…  But in the fitness industry they tend to get watered down…  The original Tabata workout protocol designed by Dr Izumi Tabata in 1996 went for 4mins and participants were working...

Battle Rope Double Wave: 3 Variations to Try

Battle Rope Double Wave: 3 Variations to Try

The Battle Rope double wave is the probably most common Battle Rope exercise you see in gyms and Bootcamp and there’s a reason for that… It’s a great exercise!  Three of the reasons why I like it It’s a great low impact HIIT workout: There are a lot of great HIIT...

Battle Rope Workout Finisher for Bootcamp: “Rope Races”

Battle Rope Workout Finisher for Bootcamp: “Rope Races”

“Rope Races” are probably my favourite Battle Rope workout finisher because not only is the drill effective but it’s also team based and a lot of fun. There’s many different ways to run the drill but at its most simple version, it looks something like the description...