Unilateral rope battling teaches the core to brace and fire under unbalanced and chaotic movement. Each variation fires the core in a different way:
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ShareTweet WARNING: The conditioning exercises in this video could break your will to live – specifically the second one… In April, 2009 (yeah we have been around for awhile now!) I wrote an article called Essential Ankle Mobility Strategies on the prehabilitation for ankle injuries. Well what should people do who sprain an ankle? Take [...]
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Thick ropes can be used for MUCH more than rope battling and conditioning (although that’s awesome).
In this video we have 2 inch and 1 1/2 inch rope fastened to our power racks via my unbreakable knot (sarcasm).