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    Default Battling Ropes Training

    http://www.forceonereadiness.com/battlingropes.wmv

    Here is a video clip of some of our wrestlers doing battling ropes training. We also do this workout with our fire fighters and EMS(didnt have them on video though)

    This is a fantastic workout that really blasts your cardiovascular system. It may look easy but let me tell you it keeps you in the 160-180bpm range when you really get working.

    In case some of you are looking for something new to do to break out any training ruts...


    Mike

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    Great drill for blasting your core and conditioning at the same time. Start off with some slack in the ropes to allow for a left/right snap. As you shift positions you will find that the rope will pull in different directions as seen by my rear foot moving to steady my body

    Do this drill 20 seconds on / 10 seconds rest...

    Enjoy

    http://www.forceonereadiness.com/bat...essnapdown.wmv

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