Rope Adjustment & Maintenance

JUMP ROPE MEASUREMENT & ADJUSTMENT!

The tip of the handles should reach to shoulder for standard length OR to the underarm for skilled jumpers.

During jumping, the rope cord should barely skim the surface, and not slam into it. If it does, adjust further.

If the rope is for a young person who is still growing, it is best to leave a little extra cord and tie a knot or two on each side, so he/she doesn’t grow out of it right away.

TO ADJUST ROPE:
1. Stand on center of rope with one foot
2. Tip of handles should reach to top of shoulders
3. Cut of excess rope or tie knots on side for short term adjustment

Swivel Bearing Rope Adjustment for Aero Speed™ and Rope Master™
Tools needed for adjustment: Scissors
1. Screw the cord into one handle.
2. Stand on center of cord with one foot.
3. Pull cord up alongside body, until tip of handle reaches to shoulder or underarm.
4. Cut the free end of the cord.
5. Screw the other handle in.

Swivel Bearing Rope Adjustment for Super Sonic™ 
Tools needed for adjustment: Bicycle Cable Cutters
1. Adjust wire length with Bicycle Cable Cutters (for a clean cut, to avoid fraying of cable)
2. Cables are replaceable – Use Hex Key to secure and replace cable

Magic Speed™ Adjustment (with Eyelets)
Tools needed for adjustment: Pliers & Scissors
1. Stand on center of cord with one foot.
2. Pull cord up alongside body.
3. Tip of handles should reach to shoulder or underarm.
4. To adjust, pull cord through back of one handle.
5. Then use pliers to uncrimp 1st eyelet.
6. Slide eyelet down to desired length and secure by recrimping it.
7. Cut off the excess cord.
8. Check the eyelets before each jumping session to make sure they are secure.

Swivel Bearing Rope Adjustment for Versa Trainer™
Tools needed for adjustment: Scissors
1. Screw the cord into one handle.
2. Stand on center of cord with one foot.
3. Pull cord up alongside body, until tip of handle reaches to shoulder or underarm.
4. Cut the free end of the cord.
5. Screw the other handle in.

Swivel Bearing Rope Adjustment for Super 20 TPS Rope™
Tools needed for adjustment: Bicycle Cable Cutters
1. With your hands, unscrew screw at top of handle so that cable can pass through the hole.
2. Thread cable through hole, so that ½ inch sticks out.
3. With your hands, tighten screw by hand.
4. Measure cable for your height
5. Cut cable on opposite side with bicycle cable cutters
6. Insert this end into the other handle and tighten the screw.

HOW TO STRAIGHTEN YOUR PVC ROPE CORD
Adults 18 and over should perform these steps to straighten and size cord for their height and be safe!
1. Getting started: First remove cellophane from center of rope cord.
2. Bring a medium size pot of water to a mild boil.
3. Carefully submerge rope cord into the water with the aid of tongs or a large cooking utensil. After one-two minutes turn off heat and let cord sit for two-three3 minutes or until cord straightens.
4. Using tongs or cooking utensil, carefully remove cord from water and onto a towel. Cord should be straightened.
5. If it needs to straighten further: Repeat these steps if necessary or put cord back in hot water to make it straight.
6. Attach cord to handles by twisting cord on to handles after cutting off excess cord! (See instructions inside rope card).
7. See rope measurement guide to customize the rope for your height. (See instructions inside rope card).
8. Jump on smooth surface of wood, rubber or carpet and avoid concrete to prolong life of cord.

Jump rope fitness is one of the best ways to get fit and stay fit. Rope to Success™!