Rope Walls are an obstacle that can be found at an obstacle race. Rope Walls can be difficult but with a few quick tips from pros Hunter McIntyre and Cassidy Watton, you will be able to conquer this one at your next event.
Rope Walls are an obstacle that could show up on any mud run or obstacle race. This medium difficulty obstacle can often be challenging for many athletes. It requires just a few tricks to successfully achieve. Hunter McIntyre walks us through how to accomplish this obstacle in a quick tutorial video.
Walls are an integral part of almost every obstacle race or mud run. They can range in height from a few feet up to over 10-feet tall. Being able to get over the wall is often a challenge for many obstacle racers. Hunter McIntyre and Cassidy Watton (Epic Hybrid Training Coach and Spartan Race Pro Team athlete) bring us through some techniques we can all apply on race day in the video below.
Rope climbs are an essential part of obstacle racing. Hunter McIntyre demonstrates and explains how to conquer the advanced move of the legless rope climb. He and Spartan Race Pro-Team athlete and Epic Hybrid Training Coach, Cassidy Watton show how the pros do it and give you advice on how to conquer the advanced movements of the legless rope climb.
The absolute best way to improve in life is by joining up with positive, like-minded people who are going to push you. That's why the Wolfpack Ninjas have been so successful. They are constantly pushing each other to improve and want to challenge each other to get better. It's this way with work, or training for American Ninja Warrior or being in a band... Squad up with others to get the most out off your training and life! As the wolves say: AROOOO!
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