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30-ft KingSO Dacron Battle Exercise Training Rope w/ Protective Nylon Sleeve

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vvwish via Amazon has 30-ft KingSO Dacron Battle Exercise Training Rope w/ Protective Nylon Sleeve for $39.59 after clipping the 10% off coupon on the product page and applying promotion code KINGSOTYB7 at checkout. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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clip 10% coupon on the product page and checkout w/ coupon code KINGSOTYB7

$39.59 + free s/h

main difference between this one and the previous deal for ~$3.50 less is this one a nylon sleeve for extra durability.
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This is way too short for me. But I mainly use the shake weight now, so what do I know.
I've had this for about 2 weeks and as far the length goes, 30ft is fine in my garage gym for my needs and I would suspect the same for a majority of people. 50ft would be most ideal and what I am most used to in a traditional gym, but it requires too much space to accommodate the 25ft to fit it.

I just loop mine around my power rack so I don't have to install the anchor to the wall. At the end of the day, it gets the job done.

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It's either going to be these or those exercise straps....
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15 feet each side? Isn't that too short for what you intend to exercise?
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15 feet each side? Isn't that too short for what you intend to exercise?
This is way too short for me. But I mainly use the shake weight now, so what do I know.
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15 feet each side? Isn't that too short for what you intend to exercise?
I not sure what you mean by being too short. Most do get 50 feet but 30 feet is very acceptable for most gym goers. The shorter length will just make things a little less fluid then what a longer rope would be but you will still be able to get the same work out
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It's either going to be these or those exercise straps....
That's what Harry Reid said.
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Best rope deal yet, 15ft is perfect for a garage gym lacking space. Id buy but cardio isn't my thing.
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Need to buy 2 of these to use?
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Need to buy 2 of these to use?
1 exercise rope needed only
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I've had this for about 2 weeks and as far the length goes, 30ft is fine in my garage gym for my needs and I would suspect the same for a majority of people. 50ft would be most ideal and what I am most used to in a traditional gym, but it requires too much space to accommodate the 25ft to fit it.

I just loop mine around my power rack so I don't have to install the anchor to the wall. At the end of the day, it gets the job done.
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15 feet each side? Isn't that too short for what you intend to exercise?
Motion in the ocean. Size doesn't really matter
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15 feet each side? Isn't that too short for what you intend to exercise?
I bought this, and found it is way too light/short for me. I'm trying to find a 50ft deal now.
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I've got one

It's great for a routine finisher set.

Just big enough to fit in a garage or basement gym - wrap it around a pole or rack. And use it at the end of a workout until you're exhausted. It's been great so far at helping max out shoulder workouts to help stabilize later for the big lifts!
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