Fitness for all ages and stages from a girl who's made all the mistakes and talks about them here. Lots of oversharing, which hopefully leads to lots of encouragement and heart connection.
Now I see!The last few posts you've been talking about this rope and I've honestly been confused, wondering what the heck you were going to do with 40' of rope. LoLLearn something new every day!E
VERY COOL as I too had no idea...
Plus if clients don't obey, you can use the Rope to correct them, so naughty clients do as they're told.NO, 50 Burpees I said not 5, whhhksh whhhksh :-p :-p.Matt
Looks like a tough workout!!!
I love this type of training, once I have my cert. I will be doing this with my clients :0)
I love this!I think it will be great to use with clients, and like Matt said, it has another purpose as well ;)
looks tough & fun! :D
Erik -- Glad this cleared it up. It IS kinda difficult to know what one would do with a big a$$ rope (which is how I affectionately think of my rope!).
MizFit -- You should get one -- they're really really fun and they really get your heart going = calories burning!
Flatman -- Art of Strength has tons of rope videos. Check 'em out when you get a chance!
Brit Man (aka Matt) -- too funny! As I have the rope anchored by our bedframe, our bedroom looks just a little bit S&M-ey, but that's the best place to keep the rope - -(sigh).
Ultra Princess - It IS tough but it's playful too, which is a terrific combination!
Fitness Chick -- You AND your clients will love the rope training!
Colette -- You should come over and try this!
Makita -- You're right, and tough and fun is a powerful combo!
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