Black Baby Shark 850 grams
850 GRAMS OF HEAVY GOODNESS. Heavy but bendy & soft. The perfect tool to train gait patterns & rotational movements.
Very similar to the original baby shark, 15% lighter but more air resistance makes for a very interesting combination.
The lightest of the sharks! Feel the added weight and train to increase strength and power.
Feel the power and speed, get stronger and faster when you train with this rope!
850 grams (0.85 kg) of heavy goodness to complement your strength and endurance training
- 20 mm diameter heavy rope made from the best materials in Australia
Go heavy. Go big. GET STRONG W/ THE BLACK SHARK!
Master your movement and use your body as a whole unit.
- Length is 245 cms between handles
Made from the best marine materials in Australia
This is a rope loved by rope flow enthusiasts across the globe.
- Grip and shoulders are the first zones to be overloaded and get fatigued.
Train at high speed with a high weight, train power while you heal your body and make it stronger!
Best Feel Best Flow
It is hard to describe the perfect rope, it feels almost like weightless but so connected to your hands, it doesn't coil and looks good when going fast or slow
- MPMatthew P.Verified ReviewerI recommend this productRated 5 stars4 months agoMY FIRST ROPE!
It's got great weight that's good enough to incorporate OH/UH sneaks or matadors into your WODs. Helps get those shoulders burning in no time to get you ready for the Burpees! Haha!
I am loving this rope ever since, still learning to maneuver with it compared to the lighter weights.
- Matt - Ropeflow Iloilo!Was this helpful?
- TWThor Wigan M.Verified ReviewerI recommend this productRated 5 stars4 months agoMy Babyblack experience
The rope that taught me how move my body. I love to workout with the ropes and play tempo with different weight categories but with the babyblackshark I am able to go fast and slow without injury or trouble whatsoever. Also been teaching ropeflow with this weight and found it to be an effective tool for persons having trouble with synchronizing body and rope.Was this helpful?