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Mini Rope Trainer Set, Mobile Cable Machine for Home Gym


Relxbit rope trainer with variable resistance level and absolute mobility, the perfect entry to home workout.

Rope resistance training probably the most effective way to train strength and endurance in the upper body and core, it drastically improves your muscle endurance as well as your overall cardio. Cable machine workout also helps you lose weight.

Medipull mini rope trainer is extremely compact, mobile, and can be used almost anywhere! No matter your size, age, or strength level, it can helps you get to the next level!

Relxbit Mini Rope Trainer Pros:

  • Absolute Mobility – easy transport and numerous mounting options
  • Maximum Results – extreme training effects for strength, stamina, and coordination
  • Ultra Versatility - Get total-body results in one smart tool
  • 3 Tension Level - 1st – 2.5kg (5.5lbs) / 2nd – 5kg (11lbs) / 3rd – 7.5kg (16.5lbs)

Training with Relxbit cable machine offers you incredible versatility. Depending on the body position and height of the anchor point, you can perform different pull, push, and rotation movements, best home gym investment to tighten & tone your abs, arms, legs, butt.

Product Details:

Rope Length: 1.9m (6.23ft)

3 Tension Level: 2.5kg (5.5lbs) / 5kg (11lbs) / 7.5kg (16.5lbs)

Size: 13*12*27.5cm (5.12"*4.72"*10.83")

N.W./G.W.: 0.97 / 1.29kg * 2pc (2.14lbs / 2.84lbs)

What's Included:

  • Color Box
  • Relxbit Rope Pulley x 2pc
  • User Manual + Instruction

    Why you need cable exercises?

    Training with this rope trainer is more versatile than any other training form. Depending on the position towards the Relxbit rope pulley and its mounting height, you have different pushing, pulling, and rotating movements that leave no muscle uninvolved. With the adjustable resistance the training focus can be shifted progressively between extreme strength and endurance. The unusually high time under tension, in combination with the unmatched freedom of movement, results in a maximum training of the upper body in the shortest amount of time.

    The advantages of rope trainer

    Rope training not only challenges your back muscles but also your shoulders, arms, and grip strength. Since you are working with full body-weight, you need to invest a great amount of strength over a relatively long period of time which is great for cardio. Add to all of this the coordinative aspect of the movements. In contrast to pull-ups, a rope doesn’t give you a steady, even contact area so the neuromuscular requirements are much higher. So in short: rope training is a prime example of functional training. Rope resistance trainers (or rope pulley) offers the highest time-under-tension and a constant but adjustable resistance for all pushing and pulling movements.

    Mobile rope resistance training on a new level.

    There are vary cable machines that allow the trainee to simulate rope training. However, these machines are big and heavy. The Relxbit was created to allow rope training everywhere and for every trainee. The fact of absolute mobility offers significantly more exercise moves. Compare to classic rope trainer, with Relxbit rope resistance training, you can move the rope in various ways against a certain resistance: pulling, pushing, and rotating movements in different angles are possible.

    You don’t sit on a rope climbing machine or are clinging to a rope – you can choose your own position freely. Thus, Relxbit rope trainers give you an overall full body training with adjustable resistance. All you need to do is change your own position towards the training tool or the anchor point of the Relxbit rope pulley.

    Workout programming with different resistances.

    The adjustable resistance is a central element of the Relxbit in order to allow rope training for every trainee, whether they are rehab patients or professional athletes. At the same time, the adjustable resistance is an important part of training programming. If you prefer strength training you choose a higher resistance, if endurance is your main goal the lighter resistances will be your choice.

    More Safety.

    The Relxbit rope trainer not only solves the space problem of classic rope climbing. The training is also significantly safer and the non-allergenic rope is easier to clean than hemp or nylon ropes.

    Quick Facts about Relxbit Rope Trainer

    There are so many exercise moves you can do with a cable machine that help work those core stabilizer muscles, improve and maintain muscular power, speed, balance, coordination, accuracy, and agility.” says Gargano. For this move, it’s not necessarily better to increase the weight of the machine a ton—you want it to be challenging, but not so difficult that you can’t maintain control.

    “If you're new to workout, it can be tough to know when you're actually engaging your core, which can sometimes lead to lower back pain,” says Angela Gargano, NASM-certified personal trainer at Performix House in NYC. “Doing basic exercises with a cable machine can help beginners become strong enough to do bodyweight exercises correctly on their own.”

    Cable machine exercises are grouped by main major muscle groups, which include abs and core, legs and butt, arms, shoulders, and chest. You can perform rope pulley exercises to target a specific body part just like you do with free weights or you can combine movements to create a full-body workout with your rope pulley. 

    10 rope training exercise moves to work your whole body.

    For most exercises, try aiming for 8 to 15 reps for 2 to 3 sets per exercise. Since the rope pulley are light and portable, they are perfect for home workouts and on-the-go workouts.

    Full-Body Rope Training Exercises

    1. Reverse Lunge with Row
    2. Squat to Press
    3. Squat to High Pull

    Lower-Body Exercises

    1. Squat
    2. Glute Bridge
    3. Single-Leg Glute Bridge
    4. Donkey Kick
    5. Pull Through
    6. Kickback
    7. Hip Abduction
    8. Standing Hip Adduction
    9. Lateral Band Walk
    10. Lunge
    11. Fire Hydrant
    12. Forward Band Walk
    13. Prone (Lying) Leg Curl
    14. Clamshell

    Chest Exercises

    1. Push-Up
    2. Bench Press
    3. Standing Chest Press
    4. Chest Fly

    Back Exercises

    1. Rear Dell Fly
    2. Lat Pull
    3. Bent-Over Row
    4. Seated Row
    5. Pull-Apart
    6. Lat Pull-Down

    Shoulder Exercises

    1. Shoulder Press
    2. Upright Row
    3. Lateral Raise
    4. External Rotator Cuff

    Arms Exercises

    1. Biceps Curl
    2. Triceps Extension
    3. Triceps Kickback
    4. Triceps Press

    Core Exercises

    1. Reverse Wood Chop
    2. Plank Pulls
    3. Walking Plank
    4. Side Plank
    5. Crunch
    6. Kneeling Crunch
    7. Reverse Crunch

    You don’t need a pile of weights to get in shape. Resistance bands can be just as effective or more.