The Most Unique Small and Light Power Rope Ball
The perfect set of small and light Power Rope Balls for your shoulder mobility, hip drive training, warm-up stretches, on rhythm slams, off rhythm 1-2 slams and stability. Great for overhead athletes who need strength to rebound or block. Scapular strength will increase as you fine tune your joint angles and continually slam into high reps.
Light And Quick:
5" Small Power Rope Ball is perfect for beginners, shoulder strength and endurance, fine tuning your coordination and learning how to engage core control with swinging motions. Quick motions without excessive weight helps you keep posture stability.
A great ball size and weight to get warmed up for the big game. Small enough to carry with you and light enough to get a great warm-up sweat without tiring you out. Wake up your body structures and core control to get the most out of the important reps.
Great for figure 8's, clockwise and counterclockwise rotations to the front and side of your body.
The small size of this rope ball lets your use two at the same time against the wall. Throw both hands upward and simulate an Olympic snatch or slam downward and behind you to simulate a double hand paddle. Open your chest and arms towards the wall and then cross your arms. Fine tune your coordination for alternating backstroke motions and let both shoulders work in unison.
A perfect size for complex shoulder and wrist mobility moves. Confidently rotate these with outstretched arms and have plenty of body clearance compared to large Rope Balls. Find new ways to warm-up such as swinging under your legs as you high kick or use double behind your back for thoracic mobility.
Wow! Do I love these small 5" Power Rope Balls. They are so perfect for warm up. I wrap around my hand once and secure the rope around my hand. This allows me to get big swinging motions and open my hand at the top of my swing when I need the most stretch from my shoulder tissue. I warm up my shoulder mobility before heading to the wall. And when I am at the wall it's nothing but double trouble! I love the complex coordination of crossing the rope balls and burning shoulder endurance.
Getting The Most of Our Superior Rebound:
Our Power Rope Balls rebound unlike any other and creates tremendous reaction energy. The harder you slam against the wall the greater the fast rebound and eccentric muscle control with shoulder stability needed. To properly bounce against the wall you need full range of motion and to get your hand inches from the wall. Limited range prevents the middle of the ball from hitting the wall and a direct opposite rebound vs hitting the top of the ball.
Get The Right Rope Length For Your Needs and Skill Level:
The longer the rope the farther the weight is from your body. This creates greater force on your joints and can be difficult to control for beginners. A shorter rope may be a better starting point for beginners and those learning shoulder control. Longer ropes give you the ability to slam the Rope Balls on the ground and have more body clearance on the rebound.
How To Measure:
A general rule is to have the rope end at the inside of your elbow crease. This allows you to have ground clearance if doing big shoulder swings. You will have enough rope length for extra grip knots and hand wraps. Measure from the ground to the inside of your elbow.
Advanced users may want a longer rope for added hand wraps or behind the back swings.
User Height Suggestions:
- Up to 5'4" / 1.6 m: Suggested Short Rope Length
- 5'4" / 1.6 m to 6' / 1.8 m: Suggested Medium Rope Length
- Over 6' / 1.8 m: Suggested Long Rope Length
- Short Rope: 42" / 1 m
Medium Rope: 51" / 1.3 m
- Long Rope: 60" / 1.5 m
30 Shoulder and Wrist Exercises for Mobility, Stability and Strength
40+ Core Power and Shoulder Strength Exercises with Double Rope Balls
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Comparison Ball Sizes:
- Measure from the ground to the front crease of your elbow
- Rope should be at elbow or slightly above to allow ground clearance for full swings
- Advanced users or full body slinging can use longer ropes
- Rope length is measured from the ground to the end of the rope
- Each knot takes up 4" - 6" of rope length
- Short rope is 42" / 1 m from the floor to the rope end. Black rope cap
- Medium rope is 51" / 1.3 m from the floor to the rope end. Red rope cap
- Long rope is 60" / 1.5 m from the floor to the rope end. Blue rope cap
- Women's shot put: 4.3 inch diameter
- Men's shot put: 5.1 inch diameter
- Lawn bowling: 5 inch diameter
Top Rope Cap Material:
- Solid and durable urethane construction to resist wear friction
- Grip texture bumps
Bottom Rope Cap Material:
- Solid and durable urethane mushroom shape
- Two center holes for the rope
- Recessed rope area to protect top rope from ground contact
- Cap is recessed 2" into the ball
- Solid and durable urethane top hat shape
- One center hole for the rope
- Cap is recessed 2" into the ball
- 7/16" dynamic sailing rope
- Soft on hands and easily flexible for knots
- 2" of adhesive shrink tubing protects the ends of the rope
- Untie bottom knot and split rope in two for hand hold variety
How It Feels To Swing Around The Body:
- Beginners to swinging and rotational training
- Low strength with high rep exercises
- Those desiring to strengthen shoulder and posture endurance
- Light weight requires less effort to keep momentum going
- Easily change directions and control momentum
- Great weight for one hand moves
How It Feels To Slam Against The Wall:
- Easily complete high reps without overtiring shoulder
- Overhead, between the legs and close to the body is easy with small diameter
- Confidently use fast and precise coordination using two rope balls at same time
How It Feels To Slam Against The Ground:
- Easily maintain seated posture
- Small diameter size allows diagonal moves without fear of body contact
- Light weight allows continuous reps without excessive strength
- Individuals with poor posture and core control
- Individuals with chronic subluxating or dislocating shoulders
- Strong users may feel the weight is too light for full body rotational training