ROPE CLIMB, THE KING EXERCISE WHEN IT COMES TO GRIP AND PULL STRENGTH TRAINING
Rope climbing is an exercise that involves climbing along a smooth rope, traditionally in twisted hemp, just with the upper body strength or with the help of the legs depending on the technique.
The history of rope climbing goes back centuries. This exercise was popularized in France by Georges Hébert and his natural method. Whether in the armed forces, in the school environment or in the cross-training and combat sports, it has always been involved in the development and evaluation of upper body strength and endurance among athletes.
The rope is part of many military or firefighters tests. It is highly valued for the arms, shoulders, back and grip development that it allows.
3 REASONS TO TRAIN WITH A ROPE
OUR ROPE WITH SPECIFIC HOOKING SYSTEM
Surprisingly, access to a rope is sometimes complicated for operational workers and the training is therefore not regular enough to progress properly.
The Eryx® climbing rope is 3 meters long, so you can take it and hang it anywhere. This product therefore allows specific grip and pulling work wherever you are.