Rope

Rope Climb in L Hang Position

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Rope Climb in Straddle Position

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Rope Climb in Tuck Position

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Rope Climb Progression Pt.1

In this series, Carl explains breaks down the rope climb with various skills, techniques, and strategies.  Following the POSITION-MOVEMENT-PURPOSE framework, Carl demonstrates initial positions for the hold and leg wrap.

Rope Climb Progression Pt.2

In this series, Carl explains breaks down the rope climb with various skills, techniques, and strategies.  Following the POSITION-MOVEMENT-PURPOSE framework, Carl now demonstrates the movements between your key positions to work your way up the rope efficiently.

Rope Climb Progression Pt.3

In this series, Carl explains breaks down the rope climb with various skills, techniques, and strategies.  Following the POSITION-MOVEMENT-PURPOSE framework, Carl now demonstrates one way to get down the rope effortlessly without shredding your legs and hands.

Rope Climb Progression Pt.4

In this series, Carl explains breaks down the rope climb with various skills, techniques, and strategies.  In this video, Carl demonstrates another wrap to climb up and descend down the rope using the Russian Wrap.  This wrap does allow the athlete to move faster, but requires more strength and coordination than the Spanish Wrap.

Rope Climb Progression Pt.5

In this series, Carl explains breaks down the rope climb with various skills, techniques, and strategies.  Now that you know what to do with your hips and legs and feel secure on the rope, Carl will discuss technique and your options for the arms to help pull you up the climb.

Rope Climb Progression Pt.6

In this series, Carl explains breaks down the rope climb with various skills, techniques, and strategies. Once you are comfortable with the inside, wound up arm position around the rope, now you can work on your hand-over-hand movement.

Rope Climb Progression Pt.7

In this series, Carl explains breaks down the rope climb with various skills, techniques, and strategies. Here is a quick drill to work on developing arm strength and full range of motion when working with the rope to help with your climb, as well as other upper body strength-based movements.

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