Since 1982, all users, amateurs and professionals acknowledge the quality of EXCELLERATOR jump ropes.
The resistance tubing jump rope combines cardio and resistance training. Available in various resistances and lengths, EXCELLERATOR skipping ropes feature ergonomic handles fitted with ball bearings to ensure that the ropes revolve faster and more comfortably. They can also receive weights to reinforce forearms, biceps and shoulders.
"Simply Effective", not only refers to the efficient and useful nature of our products, but also to the small scale production that gœs into each rope. These jump ropes are manufactured in their own workshop using components sourced exclusively from European community, mainly from France. Choosing to work with craftsmen and suppliers that are as local as possible, the standards of quality behind these jumping ropes are driven by the needs of their customers, and not
simply by production costs.
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With its ball bearings system and white ergonomic handles, the resistance tubing jump rope strengthens muscles AND gives an excellent cardiovascular workout. The threaded handles can also receive weights to reinforce forearms, biceps and shoulders.
It is, therefore, an object of the present invention to provide a resistance jump rope for strength and cardiovascular conditioning, wherein the jump rope includes a first handle having a first end and a second end and a second handle having a first end and a second end. The jump rope further includes a first elongated, flexible cord having a first end and a second end. The first end of the cord is rotatably coupled to the first end of the first handle and the second end of the cord is rotatably coupled to the first end of the second handle. The jump rope also includes a second resilient cord which is substantially shorter than the first cord. The second cord includes a first end and a second end, wherein the first end of the second cord is secured to the first handle and the second end of the second cord is secured to the second handle. In use, an