China Ironmaster Weighted Jump Rope Wholesaler

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This is Weighted Jump Rope from Nantong Ironmaster. We have been specializing in sporting goods since 1996 and we have rich experience in this field.

Rope skipping is an aerobic exercise suitable for most people, with outstanding consumption and the best choice for burning fat. This type of skipping rope is a double-weight skipping rope with strong versatility and stable structure. It can be easily used by beginners or skipping masters.

The handle of this skipping rope is 13 cm long. The handle is ergonomically designed. The badminton handle is cleverly used on the skipping rope. The handle absorbs sweat and is non-slip, making it a comfortable grip. The texture on the handle adds extra comfort and firm grip. The round cover at the end of the handle can be rotated and twisted down, freely disassembled and assembled according to requirements, and load fast. The handle weighs about 0.35 pounds, and each load block weighs about 0.95 pounds. Make each swing more powerful and consume more calories, thus achieving a multiplier effect.

The high-quality thick rope is about 3 meters long, 6.3 mm in diameter, and weighs 0.28 pounds. It is suitable for heights under 1.9 meters. The heavier and thicker solid rope body is made of PVC, which is more wear-resistant and adapts to various rough ground. The PVC material is moderately soft and hard, and it will not be too painful if you accidentally hit the body. It is suitable for most basic daily training. The built-in buckle can adjust the length according to your height.

Rope length can be adjusted according to your own needs, adjustment steps:

(1) Turn counterclockwise to open the small cover at the bottom of the handle;

(2) Remove the internal load-bearing block;

(3) Pull the rope and buckle out of the handle;

(4) Move the buckle to a suitable position and close the buckle;

(5) Fasten the buckle again and put it back into the handle.


The correct posture of skipping rope:

Keep your body upright naturally, with your feet apart, your forearms naturally drooping, your palms facing each other, your wrists swinging the rope, your toes point the ground, and your movements should be as light and elastic as possible.