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Question: Can I use climbing ropes for any other exercises besides climbing?

Answer:

Rope training can be divided into four distinct areas:

1. Climbing - pretty self explanatory

2. Static work - usually performed when an attachment point is too low to allow for climbing, these are exercises such as pullups. "laybacks" and hanging leg raises

3. Dynamic work - exercises performed by hooking the rope to an apparatus such as an overhead pulley

4. Pulling and dragging - performed by attaching the rope to a moveble weight, usually a sled or vehicle

We hope to have a full rope training course which will cover each area in much greater detail ready shortly.


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