I just pull down overhand as fast and as hard as i can untill my lungs are burning and arms are falling off. :laugh: You can oil them up too, and change then postions on some as if you was doing tug of war etc.The new gym I've joined has a rope climbing machine.
Just after some decent workout ideas.
I'm thinking tabata rope climbs. Any ideas?
This what I ment haha, dam autocorrect changed pull to oil.Havn't got any good ideas for training it, but remember, you can PUSH UP with it, not JUST pull the rope downwards. Try planting a hand low down, then pulling the rope up so your hand finished above your head. Rinse, repeat...
You're a beast of the highest proportion.I just recently introduced tabata grapplers to my life. It wasn't particularly pleasant and it's easy to stop pulling hard during the end. I had to keep reminding myself that pulling hard and slower was more important than trying to rattle the rope down as quick as I could.
Followed it up with tabata hill sprints!