Grabbing the Rope:
The foremost aspect of climbing a rope, and that too swiftly, is to grab it perfectly with both hands in such a manner that your hands are above your head. Most of the people try to grab the rope right in front of your nose, which is not the right technique. Your both hands must be located above your head.
Pulling Down the Rope and Jumping a bit:
Once you have grabbed the rope with both hands, the next step is to pull the rope down by using all your force. The downward force will thrust you a bit higher, but to extend that thrust, one should time his/her jump while pulling. Make sure that you do not your lose grip on the rope while pulling, or else you will tip over.
Wrapping the Rope around your Foot or Leg:
After you are raised above the ground, it is recommended that you wrap the lower end of the rope around your foot or leg. It will not only provide you a bit of support on the rope, but it will also aid you in thrusting your motion upwards.
Repeating the Process:
Repeat the process of grabbing and then pulling the rope until you reach the top of the rope.