You Can Now Become a Battling Ropes Coach.
Earn Your Credential from NESTA & John Brookfield, the creator of ropes training.
Master the 93% of Battling Ropes Techniques Other Coaches Have Never Even Seen Before!
Battling Ropes Conditioning Drills are Perfect for Personal Trainers, Sports Performance Coaches, MMA Coaches, Group Fitness Instructors, HIIT Classes and Boot Camps
You get to learn from a legend.
Developed by respected coach and strongman, John Brookfield, the Battling Ropes System is a complete strength and conditioning program like no other.
John is a multiple world record holder and the author of the popular book, Mastery of Hand Strength. John spent over a year developing this system strictly for himself. He was using this advanced training system to skyrocket his strength and stamina to new heights, despite the fact that John is nearly 53 years old. John has continued to improve setting new records that require strength, endurance and mental toughness.
After using the Battling Ropes for his own personal goals, John decided to show the basics of a few of his friends. They thought that this system was simply the best due to the incredible results that the system produces.
From John Brookfield – “The Battling Ropes training system was developed about 10 years ago while I was searching for a way to develop strength, speed and power over time. I knew there was a way to sustain these attributes however, there is no real method or principles out there for doing so. With this being said I asked God if he would reveal to me how to do this. Within a short period of time he revealed to me the power of a Hurricane as well as fast moving water in a river or stream. If you think about how the waves of a Hurricane flow you will realize that they are powerful, steadily flowing and there is no lull or stop to them.”
“As I studied the flow of water, I realized that I could duplicate this flowing motion with long ropes. I started to play around creating waves with ropes as I moved my arms and body in different positions. I learned that I could create one big long wave with the ropes which looked like the wave of a hurricane or, I could create a series of quick short waves that looked like a fast moving river. As I continued playing and experimenting with the ropes I realized that my physical and mental endurance was vastly improving as I could sustain longer and longer periods of time with the ropes. I also found out that the training was very cardiovascular and also required a lot of muscular endurance.”
“After using the ropes for awhile I realized that my endurance in everything was much better. Even things I had not done for years was much easier when I went back to them. I was able to sustain better physically but my mental endurance and focus was much better as the ropes force you to stay on task. As I continued developing the system I learned that I was not getting fatigued near as quickly as I normally would and my lactic acid threshold was greatly increasing. I actually experimented and developed the Battling Ropes system for slightly over a year before I showed anyone else.”
As a trainee on the Battling Ropes system you will learn and develop the ability to sustain velocity over time. Velocity is the combination of speed and strength so you will become stronger and faster if you follow the system. You will also be able to train or compete at a higher level of intensity due to the training concepts you will learn. The system can be used as a stand alone system or be implemented into other training methods. As a coach or trainer you will find that the Battling Ropes is very safe, it produces great results and it has an easy learning curve.
The system has different concepts which are velocity, strength endurance, push/pull strength, the power phase as well as partner and team training methods. You will learn how to train yourself, clients, groups, teams and units in a safe, fun, productive manner. You will also see that the Battling Ropes can be implemented by all ages and fitness levels. Last but not least the Battling Ropes can never be mastered and you can and will continue to learn and challenge yourself to improve physically and mentally. The Battling Ropes is the only training method that forces the user to sustain velocity and strength endurance overtime. This course will truly help you climb to a higher level in your own fitness level or sport as well as your clients or teams level!!
It’s your turn! Learn from a legend, earn your credential, get your CEUs and make yourself a lot more marketable!
Your Program Details
Continuing Education Units: NESTA 2.0 CEUs, MMACA 2.0 CEUs, ITCA 2.0 CEUs, Spencer Institute 2.0 CEUs.
Recertification Requirements: None. Certificate does not expire
Prerequisites: A personal trainer or sports conditioning-type certification is preferred, but not required.
Learning Format: 100% online format of materials including over 30 training videos, comprehensive digital manual and non-proctored online exam. Internet access is required. Content is provided in an online format which is accessed through an online secure website. Internet access is required.
Once your register, you will be directed to create your student account. You may begin your studies immediately after registering, or log in to your student account later to start your studies.
You may review the materials as often as you like. You will immediately know the results after you take your test.
The only technology you will need is an Adobe Reader.
Online training materials are Microsoft Windows and Mac compatible.
Exam Requirement: Passing a 40 multiple choice, non-proctored online exam with 70% or higher. Three attempts at the exam are given. Results are given immediately upon taking the exam. Upon passing you will receive a certificate in the mail.
Retest Fee: $95 retest fee applies if the passing requirement is not met at the end of the third exam attempt.
Completion Time: Approximately 2-3 weeks (complete within one year of purchase)
After successful completion, you will earn the professional title of “Battling Ropes Coach” on your certificate.
What do Top Coaches Have to Say about The Battling Ropes System?
John Brookfield can’t count…
And that makes him one smart coach. John’s primary focus is work capacity, task management, and technical efficiency. He uses fundamental patterns and simple equipment to create loads. Sets and reps don’t really apply to the exercise equation. Persistence, patience, and safety are hallmarks of John’s work. Don’t just watch – do what John does. You will learn from both ends – his coaching and your movement experience.
Gray Cook, MSPT, CSCS
Creator and Developer, The Functional Movement Screen, FMS
Stuart McGill, PhD
Professor of Spine Biomechanics
Very impressed! John’s Battling Ropes system is effective, safe, results-driven and has more depth/sophistication than most realize. Both he and Ingrid [Marcum] are the ideal combination of world-class athlete and teacher – they made the course interesting, fun and challenging (yes, you will work – this is hands-on training). I’ve already integrated the Battling Ropes into the conditioning program for my k-bell sport team and am seeing fantastic results. Great course! Highly recommended!
Director of Operations/Head Instructor, IKFF
Battling Ropes is SO Much More Than Waves…
You will learn the principles of true velocity training which is rarely spoke of let alone understood. This velocity training is the most missing link in training and also the most result producing concept that will transfer into your individual battlefield. John Brookfield has researched the velocity concept hands-on for many years now and has developed different methods to produce tremendous results using these methods. He is constantly pushing himself to develop the best methods and also take his own physical and mental prowess to the highest level.
The Online Battling Ropes Certification, You’ll Get access to:
- Exclusive Battling Ropes Research by Dr. Mike Martino
- 117 Page Battling Ropes Manual
- The Velocity System Video Tutorials
- The Push/Pull System Video Tutorials
- The Pole System Video Tutorials
- Team Training Concepts Video Tutorials
- and much more!
Benefits of Battling Ropes Training Include:
- Increased aerobic and anaerobic capacity
- Increased power and strength
- Increased power and strength for longer durations
- Increased motivation and mental endurance
- Increased performance in all aspects of your life
Many may say that their is no secret methods in training for better results. However, while there may be no secrets, there are methods that have never been seen or understood before. John has created and developed methods that until now were unknown to athletes, trainers or coaches. Just like someone stepping into the ocean. You do not know whats there until you step into the water. These methods are there and do exist and can be learned and transferred into your sport or battlefield. This is perfect for coaches, personal trainers, boot camp instructors and just about anyone that is looking to gain an edge on the competition.
Here’s what other world-class coaches have to say…
Owner, Worlds Strongest Gym, Westside Barbell
I came in thinking I knew all the basics of the Battling Ropes having used them for over 2 years and what John showed me blew my mind! It was great! I was really happy to see all the other ways of using your Battling Ropes and look forward to learning more great drills. The simple effectiveness of the Battling Ropes is amazing and the manner that you showed the drills made it easy for all to implement into their training regimes. I know we have already added many of the drills to our workouts and have only had 110% positive feedback…they all were cussing during the workout! Ha, ha! The quick hands drill is awesome! I highly recommend John’s Battling Ropes training as it is simple, extremely effective and will greatly improve strength, power and endurance like crazy!
Owner & Founder, Monkey Bar Gymnasium
Former NBA Strength & Conditioning Coach
Underground Strength Coach
Underground Strength Coach Certification
Seven-time World’s Strongest Man competitor
America’s Strongest Man winner, 1977
Owner, Philippi Sports Institute
John Brookfield is one of the most innovative and original strength coaches in the business today. His new Battling Ropes system is an amazing approach to total fitness. The ropes are a whole body exercise approach that would benefit any athlete. I am now incorporating his techniques in my arsenal of moves for all my jiu jitsu fighters and submission wrestlers. The combination of strength, stamina, and cardio needed to get those ropes moving puts the finishing touch on my fighter’s workouts.
Two-Time Brazillian Jiu Jitsu World Champion
Owner, Maxercise Sports/Fitness Training Center
Head Greco Roman wrestling coach, Olympic training center
Silver Medalist 1994 world championships
Six-time Bulgarian national champion
U.S. Full Contact Kung Fu Champion
I have known some very strong guys. However, John is one of those super rare guys who is not simply among the strongest in the world, but is truly head-and-shoulders above the rest of us. His specialty feats of strength are inconceivable in their scope and difficulty. All of his otherworldly power comes from his limitless faith and unending innovativeness and creativity. When it comes to developing strength, John smashes through all barriers. He knows no boundaries. Over his lifetime, he has developed thousands of simple and effective exercises and concepts. These home-grown approaches are available to everyone through his books, DVDs and seminars. His approach is simple, easy to understand, field-tested and proven. John Brookfield is a great hero, inspiration and friend to me and many of my other super strong friends.
2006 World’s Strongest Man Champion
Battling Ropes training system different from other training systems?
The Battling Ropes system is unlike any other training methods due to the non-momentum effect. For example, with other methods such as barbells, dumbbells and kettlebells, gravity takes over as the weight goes back towards the ground. During this time when gravity takes over, momentum is used which gives the body and mind a chance to relax. With the Battling Ropes training velocity is used and must be maintained throughout the training. This forces the user to train or compete at a higher level of intensity which will last longer durations of time.
How was the system created?
The system was created by John Brookfield who was using and developing the system for his own needs. John basically created the foundation of the Battling Ropes from the concept of a hurricane where the constant flow of the waves gave him the idea to create a series of waves with the ropes.
Why do you use 50-foot ropes?
Much research was used to come up with the 50-foot rope as the standard rope for the velocity training. The 50-foot rope allows someone to progress properly through the system and continue to get results. Also, we start younger athletes on the standard 50-foot ropes due to the visual motivation factor. For example, if you have a fourteen-year-old female athlete can’t roll the wave or waves all the way to the end, she has visual motivation and can see what the goal is. After a few workouts she can see her waves getting stronger and going farther. This, of course, is very motivating and forces her to work harder.
What are the 100 foot ropes used for?
The 100-foot ropes are used for the Pole system, which is the strength endurance phase of the system.
What is the difference between the Poly ropes and Manilla ropes?
The poly ropes are a non-shed synthetic rope which are water resistant and made for long life and durability. They do not shed fibers and are perfect for inside use where you don’t want the shedding. The traditional Manilla ropes are like the ones people used to climb in gym class. They are durable, however, do not last as long as the poly ropes. They do shed some fibers at times and are good for outside training or training in a garage or basement.
How long should it take to get results?
You will immediately enjoy and see the tremendous benefits of the training. However, velocity training is a missing link in training and will be challenging. With some steady work and determination, your body will start to adjust to the velocity training and you will see results that will transfer into your sport or personal battlefield.
Are there different concepts to the training system?
Yes, there are actually seven different elements and concepts to the Battling Ropes system. The first concept is maintaining velocity which is the sustaining of the waves with the ropes. The second concept is the strength endurance phase which is the Pole System training. The other five methods have not been released yet.
Buy Your Battling Ropes
NOTE: You are not required to order your ropes here. If you already have ropes, be sure they are the type John Brookfield recommends. The links below go direct to Coach Brookfield’s store. We are grateful for Coach Brookfield’s experience, wisdom and decades of dedication to perfecting this training method. We encourage you to support him as well.
Battling Ropes are a great choice for a gym or indoor training, but they can be used outside as well. A braided Battle Rope does not shed and is non-abrasive.
50 Foot Ropes
50 foot ropes are traditionally used for the velocity, push/pull and partner/team training systems.
1.5″ diameter – $180 (Reg. Price $215)
2.0″ diameter – $295 (Reg. Price $325)
100 Foot Ropes
Our 100 foot ropes are used for our pulling drills, pole system, and power generation drills.
1.5″ diameter – $345 (Reg. Price $375)
2.0″ diameter – $575 (Reg. Price $625)