Lifeline Weighted Speed Rope Combining Resistance ...

August 12, 2019 - Comment

If you’re looking for a powerful and effective cardio workout, the Weighted Speed Rope is for you. The Extra Heavy speed rope is a maximum safe weight of 1.25 lbs. (Black) is all in the rope -not in the handles-making your workout comfortable and smooth. Professionally engineered, the Weighted Speed Rope features our new high-tech,

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If you’re looking for a powerful and effective cardio workout, the Weighted Speed Rope is for you. The Extra Heavy speed rope is a maximum safe weight of 1.25 lbs. (Black) is all in the rope -not in the handles-making your workout comfortable and smooth. Professionally engineered, the Weighted Speed Rope features our new high-tech, ball bearing handles for smooth rotation, and two sliding rope adjusters make any rope length adjustment quick and easy. It’s used and recommended by recognized fitness experts and was developed by jump rope expert Bobby Hinds, the “Jump Rope King”. Take your fitness to new heights with the comprehensive jump rope book.

Product Features

  • Tone muscles while building stamina
  • Build power for quickness and explosiveness
  • Improve agility needed for peak athletic performance
  • Easy-to-use sliding length adjusters
  • High-tech ball bearings in handle for smooth rotation

Comments

Anonymous says:

Don’t waste your money It’s a PVC tube, plain and simple. Hung it like the instructions say, but I had to roll it up to put in my gym bag. Pulled it out to use at the gym, and it looked like a frozen rope. Started using it and it retained its frozen rope shape which made it near impossible to use. I have it hanging in my house which I keep around 70 degrees, and it still isn’t pliable like my leather rope or the speed rope I just purchased from WOD nation. I’m thinking that it’ll work better when it warms up again,…

Anonymous says:

Great Jumper with A Little Heft While heavier than I anticipated due to the thickness of the “rope” I am quite happy with this. Great construction. The rope turns easily in the comfortable grip handles and it’s no problem to adjust the length. It’s not at all difficult to jump with, but definitely not a speed rope. It’s heavy enough for a good solid spin. You will have to deal with the “rope” being somewhat stiff so it tends to hold it’s shape. I have to work it a little before jumping, but I don’t mind it.

Anonymous says:

The plastic bearing that held the rope inside the handle … The plastic bearing that held the rope inside the handle broke from less than 15 hours of use. I was speed roping it but still. Totally not acceptable.

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