Adaptive Multi Rope™ Twisted AKA Twisted Sista - (.875" Size)
Our newest design, the Twisted Sista, is a close relative to our 1/2" Multi Rope™ but with a twist. By adding the twist you get more resistance which makes it just that much harder to swing. Give them a try and see how they feel.
Equip Products and Rx Smart Gear have worked together to bring you a world-class Multi Rope™ for seated athletes. Available in 1/2" (Black) and 3/4" (Red) sizes weighing 8 ounces per rope (1 pound a pair) and 14 ounces per rope (1 pound 12 ounces a pair) respectively. These ropes are neatly spliced around high-quality rings, balanced, with extra heavy split rings.
Tested by the top seated athletes in the world and relentlessly tweaked to bring you the best product available in the adaptive community. Our Multi Ropes™ are a great core training device and a fantastic cardio workout for all skill levels. This product has been a four-year process starting with whiffle balls on cheap jump rope handles, used at the 2018 Wodapalooza Games, and evolving to where we are today.
Smooth and fast you will notice immediately that every detail was thoroughly thought out to offer the best athletes in the world the best possible product. Our goal was to create a smooth path with no extraneous hardware for the safest use possible. No jagged or sharp metal pieces.
The handles are what you have come to expect from an Rx Smart Gear handle. Rx Handles use an industrial grade multidirectional swivel axis bearing system producing a near frictionless rotation. Our patented swivel attachment allows for the cable to reach top speeds or slow it down to suit the athlete’s needs. The Rx philosophy is that it’s not about PURE speed but rather the RIGHT speed to suit each individual athlete’s tempo and timing.
The ergonomically contoured handles are 6 inches long and 1 inch in diameter to allow the athlete to maintain the most natural and relaxed grip. This reduces fatigue commonly experienced in the forearms and shoulders. The contoured pinch points allow the athlete to gain pinpoint accuracy to maintain optimal rope shape while still allowing for a relaxed grip.