The Balboa comes with leopard print handles and a neon pink cable. Includes a Rx rope bag.
Rx Jump Ropes use an industrial grade multidirectional swivel axis bearing system producing a near frictionless rotation. Our patent pending 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. Common in most racquet sports, each handle is hand wrapped with the most absorbent tape grip in the world.
Offered in five cable weight variations, allowing the athlete to find just the right resistance amount to match their individual tempo and coordination level. This provides variation for athletes to mix up their training and force adaptation.
Rx Jump Ropes are custom sized to each individual athlete's height, for this reason please refer to the instructional link or video below on How-To Size Your Rx Jump Rope.
Rx Jump Ropes are custom built after your order is placed. Please note it may take 1-2 business days for your custom rope to be built.
I love this jump rope! It's perfect. I am a beginner to double unders and this is helping a ton. It doesn't hurt that I have the cutest jump rope at the gym ;)
Couldn’t jump rope until I got the balbo
I had been contemplating buying a rope for myself for years - I have been fortunate to use the RXSmartGear ropes at my gym. I set a goal for myself: once I hit 100 unbroken double unders, I buy myself a rope. Here we are. Not only is it totally a representation of my personality it's helping me love to skip.
I really like this rope and it is fast beyond belief… But when you whack yourself with it it’s really painful. My jumps have improved since I got it for sure. I just have to get better so I don’t get hurt anymore.