“Would you give Crossrope as a gift? Why (or why not)?”
We put this question out to our amazing customers, and received an overwhelming number of responses. Thanks so much to all who took the time to respond!
Based on the replies, some of you think Crossrope is a great gift, while others aren’t entirely convinced…
And since some of these responses are too great not to share, we thought it might be fun to post them here.
Keep reading to see what Crossrope customers around the world have to say:
I would consider Crossrope to be a GREAT gift if the person is already involved in some type of physical activity. The different ropes provide an unexpected range of activities and benefits. Of course, they can be used virtually anywhere – no other equipment or facility required.
I would NOT give Crossrope or any piece of athletic gear to someone as an incentive or motivator. I’ve seen dozens of examples of various gear as gifts (from Fitbits to running shoes to gym memberships to treadmills). The one thing ALL of them have in common is they backfired. The receiver resented the message and so the implication that they “needed” this item.
Owner of an Elite Set (original version of the Premium Set)
I wish someone bought me Crossrope as a gift years ago when I started jumping. Instead, I used cheap, non-weighted, non-challenging ropes because I didn’t think the investment was worth it.
After having my Crossrope now for a short time, I can tell you how wrong I was. I can see and feel a change in my upper body strength, my abs and my leg muscles. The weighted ropes give me the challenge I need to push myself and improve my cardio performance.
If anyone is looking for that perfect gift to give to someone who works out or is looking to start working out…why not help them “jump” into the New Year with a new Crossrope set? And you can even personalize it by including a list of your favorite songs to jump to.
Crossrope was the best gift I gave myself this year 🙂
Owner of a Plus Set
That’s kind of funny. I actually bought the rope kit for my 14 year-old son, who’s a dancer, as a gift.
He is doing some rope work now, but the rope sucks and I came across your product and thought,‘Yeah, that’s it.’ I got him a large set because he’s 5’9″ tall, so it should also work for me (6′ tall).
After he opens it on Christmas, I’m going to give it a try and will maybe buy some Crossrope gear for myself too 🙂
Purchased a Plus Set
I, myself, would love it as a gift. My wife and I travel to road and trail races. Crossrope is great for warming up before we run. The ropes also fit into our suitcases, and your great workouts are available on our phones.
Article source – Our friends at Crossrope.com – “Is Crossrope a Great Gift Idea? Here’s What 19 Customers Said“