Battle Ropes come in all shapes and sizes, typically ranging from the 8-15m range in length, and are anywhere between 2.5 to 5cm thick.
They weigh between 7.5 and 20 kg, depending on the thickness and length. The major benefit of training with battle ropes is the application of upper body power, combined with endurance. The rope is wrapped around an anchor point, and you hold it at the very end of the rope's length.
By implementing a whipping or circular motion with your arms, you create what's called a “wave”, which requires a huge metabolic demand to maintain in the rope