Elite SRS Muay Thai 2.0

Elite SRS Muay Thai 2.0

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

  • 1.5-pound jump rope that is made to create resistance when you jump
  • 12-mm thickness
  • Creates weight and wind resistance
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Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • Dual ball bearing design helps with a smooth spin
  • Creates great drag
What needs improvement ...
  • Difficult to adjust/shorten
  • Some reviews claim that it should only be used indoors

Product Summary

This rope is designed for intermediate to advanced jumpers who are looking for a challenge in endurance and grip strength. The Elite SRS Muay Thai rope is made out of PVC cord with plastic handles that are 4.7 inches long. You can purchase it in different lengths, which vary in weight (8-foot rope: 1.3 pounds, 9-foot rope: 1.5 pounds, 10-foot rope: 1.7 pounds).

The dual ball bearing design helps to create a smooth spin. This also makes the design useful for people who are looking to learn a rhythm for double-unders. The length you choose will determine the color of the rope. The 8-foot rope is blue, the 9-foot rope is red, and the 10-foot rope is black. Due to the weight, you can also use this rope to engage your core, back, shoulder, and arms in a way that you would not normally feel in a normal jump rope workout.

Specs

Weight

8’ rope, 1.3 lbs; 9’ rope, 1.5 lbs; 10’ rope, 1.7 lbs

Color(s)

8’ rope, blue; 9’ rope, red; 10’ rope, black

Diameter

12 mm

Handles

4.25” long

Material

Hollow core PVC rope

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      Summary

      The Elite SRS Muay Thai 2.0 rope could be a good option for an intermediate or advanced jump roper looking to challenge themselves.