This complete CrossRope set gives you all of the advantages of jumping rope for cardio, speed, weight loss, endurance and power. Choose the ropes you want to use for the right results. Vary your routine with different ropes and handles on different days. Whether you're jumping rope to lose weight, perfect your muscle tone or just bump up your endurance, you can do it all with the CrossRope Complete Jump Rope Set 2.0.
The CrossRope Complete Jump Rope Set is unlike any other jump rope product on the market and now, with CrossRope 2.0, it's better than ever. This patent-pending interchangeable jump rope system offers high performance training tools. You can easily clip in 7 different cable weights, ranging from our Sprint cable at just under 2 ounces to our 3 -pound Titan cable. Each skipping rope has a distinctly different feel. That's why the set has an assortment of uses. CrossRope 2.0 lets you decide whether you'll jump rope for weight loss or improve your conditioning with high level workouts and exercises. As a beginner, cable ropes like the Stamina and Explode cable provide great feedback to help you learn timing and rhythm. As you strive to improve, each new rope in the series will offer a new training challenge. More experienced jumpers truly appreciate the versatility and smoothness of every rope in the system, whether you want to jump rope for cardio, you're training for a competitive sport or you're striving for new personal fitness goals. This may be the best jump rope training tool today.
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Posted by Jeff mcfarland on 27th Jun 2014
Great product will whip you into shape fast....I have been roping ffor 8 years and thought I was good. Waite till you get this product. The hard part is getting the exact size cables that you need
Posted by pns on 21st Jun 2014
Very nice jumprope set. It took some time to ship it to Holland, but it arrived fine. The shipping costs + plus custum costs were substantial but it was still cheaper to let the rope set come from America, than to get them from one of the european dealers. I am very satisfied with the set. I jump rope as a part of my martial arts training.
Posted by Chris Larson on 18th Jun 2014
I have been using the "Buddy Lee" speed rope for a number of years and think that the mechanism is much smoother than the cross rope system. I have had some trouble with my double unders because I feel that the rope catches due to not being as smooth as what I'm used to with the other rope. I do really like that the handles are interchangable and it is a real fast transition if you are switching from cable to cable in a workout to do speed work and more power work in the same session. I also feel that the heavier cables seem to work smoother than the lighter ones for some reason. They don't make as much noise or catch for me like the 2 and 3 oz cables do. I might need more time playing with them to refine the technique, but have been a little frustrated with the trouble I've had in working my double unders. I have been using my Buddy Lee speed rope instead of the lighter cables instead...
Posted by Erich von Burg, Switzerland on 17th Jun 2014
The complete set is very expensive, but its really worth the investment. For the heavy ropes you need strenght but are very nice for the beginners, because you can jump very slow and can pay more attention to your style and rhythm.
Posted by A. Stidam on 11th Jun 2014
In my gym bag I have a variety of jump ropes that I use. I have so many because im always looking for a better rope, extra weight or something to change up the workout. This site was referenced on a article i was reading so I checked out the site and I must say buying the set was the best decision ever. I keep the whole set and both sets of handles in their own special bag. If you wanna jump rope for fitness or a particular sport you cant go wrong with these.
Posted by Anthony on 10th Jun 2014
I've just been using the CrossRope for two weeks on and off and really like the system. I will definitely need to build up to the titan of course, and was pleased to learn that the current record is 151 jumps, so that might be achievable one day.
Posted by Nut Tosayanon from Thailand on 3rd Jun 2014
Before I knew Crossrope, I was not aware of variety of jump ropes in term of size and weight. Once I learned more about its products, I realized that it would be amazing to work out with these tools. Then I received the package and started working out just a few days, it was just a totally different world of exercise to me. Hope I could do THE DOUBLE UNDER someday. Thank Crossrope for having such a great workout tools.
Posted by Chett on 12th May 2014
I have owned the 1st series of the Crossrope combo set for about 18 months. I workout 7 days a week and bring my ropes with me on every workout. I sold my worn but good condition ropes and bought the 2.0 series. This set has a much more professional look to them. I like the new design in the heavy rope handles including the shorter linkage on both handles. Titan is beast mode and my new favorite is the blue rope for double unders. Great customer service.
Posted by AJ on 9th May 2014
I had a hard time deciding to buy crossrope. I was looking for answers to several questions.
1. I'm an over 40 female, is a heavy rope right for me? I've been jumping for about 1 1/2 yrs. Love to jump. Jumping is helping me with my exercise induced asthma, toned me up (I've lost 3" around my waist) and it's lots of fun. After the initial start of learning how to jump longer than 15 seconds (it took me a month of jumping everyday before I was able to jump more than a few jumps without tripping over the rope), I wanted something more. I decided to try heavier ropes, instead of jumping faster or doing double or triple unders. It takes me about a month to move from a lighter to a heavier rope. I use the heavier rope as much as I can during a cardio workout. Then slowly, my arms get stronger and more used to the weight.
2. Why use crossrope? I found there are two types of heavy ropes: weight in the handles and weight in the rope. I decided to go with weight in the rope. Experimenting, I found I liked cable ropes. They swing smoothly, don't tangle and have a nice arc. I was making my own cable ropes with handles from other jump ropes. They worked fine until I wanted a rope heavier than about a pound. The heavier cable breaks the handles. That's when I started looking at Crossrope. Crossrope has both heavier cables, that come in many weights and heavier, swivel handles that come in two weights. I like the durability of the swivel handles.
3. The plastic coat on the cable wears too fast. In my previous homemade cable ropes, I "protected" the part of the rope by putting on long beads from another jump rope. This actually works well. I couldn't add the beads to the Crossrope cables since they have a large end. So, I found a piece of plastic tubing (about 1' long) wrapped with duct tape works well.
Posted by Unknown on 7th May 2014
really like this product immediately. the weighted ropes are intesne
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