If you have a battle rope that you have been using consistently, chances are, it has some wear and tear at the anchor point.
Either because the anchor is thin, has edges, has exposed bolts, or the way you use the rope creates too much tension or movement at the anchor point.
To anchor your battle rope well, you need either the dead weight of a heavy sandbag or a thick pipe with no exposed bolts or edges.
I used to recommend putting a 4 inch thick galvanized steel pipe into the ground, but I realized very quickly that we all do not have the ability to do this.
This answers the question, how do I anchor my battle rope very simply, cheaply, and conveniently.
Here are a few examples: