Rope Climb without a Rope | Home Gym Hacks

April 30, 2019 1 min read

Rope Climbs without a Rope

Not a lot of garage gym owners have the ceiling height for rope climbs, so today we are going to be demonstrating how to do towel rope climbs. You'll need a generic bath towel from inside and have a squat rack with a pull-up or kipping bar in the garage. First, throw the towel over the pull-up or kipping bar and grab each end with your hands. To perform the movement, when one hand goes up the opposite leg goes up together. Get in a synchronized pattern and go as long as you can. This is not going to be an easy movement but keep at it. Being a garage gym owner is all about improvising movements, so give towel rope climbs a try.

For a video demonstration, click this link.

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Equipment needed:

PRx Performance Profile Rack vs PRO rack Towels


PRx Performance Pro Rack Towel Rope Climb on PRO Rack with Kipping Bar

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