Workout ropes work your entire body but putting muscles from your hands to your toes under tension in a low impact yet high-intensity modality. During training with a battle rope you will generate force to make waves and or slam the rope on the ground with intensity. The muscles used most in battle rope exercises are in the upper body, shoulder muscles, rhomboids, deltoids, back muscles, core, forearms, wrists and grip. While typical battle rope exercises are done with an anchored rope limiting the use of the lower body and legs, the unanchored, short and heavy Hyper Rope allows an athlete to add a lot of lunges, skaters and transverse movements. This gets your hips, legs and glutes fired up and burning. Not to be overlooked is the cardio strength benefit of the whole body exercises you can do – especially with the additional freedom of movement patterns of the Hyper Rope. Exercise science has documented the unrivaled cardio benefits of battle rope and jump rope training. And rope fitness is low impact – a great way to get your heart rate up without the pounding of running.