Another way to adjust length is by standing on the center of the rope with one foot and hold the handles against your body pointing them away from you. If you're a beginner, the rope should come up to the bottom of your chest. If you're more intermediate, the rope should come up to your belly button. If you're more advanced, the rope should come up to your hip-level.
Beginner sizing - allows lots of room for error. This is a starting point and all efforts should be made to go shorter.
Intermediate - allows some room for error and enough to learn skills - this length will improve rope efficiency and speed of flow.
Advanced - allows no margin for error but skills can all be performed with optimum speed & efficiency. (This kind of length is extremely challenging and very few jumpers are at this level.)
Since all ropes come in 10ft long, we suggest to cut the cable progressively as you get to learn more about your style & improve your skills. This will help you avoid cutting the cable too short, too soon.
At the end of the day, you have to test and see for yourself which length feels the most comfortable when flowing.
Rope Adjustment videos:
1. Short handle Airborne-1 adjustment guide
2. Long handle Precision adjustment guide
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