Jumping Rope

(Vladaar Malane) #1

So in addition to my regular workout, I think I’ll try to start jumping rope at home. I’d like to get up to doing so everyday, but till I get the swing of it better, maybe on the weekends.

I definitely am not good at it yet, I’m learning techniques from the Jump Rope Dudes.

(Allan L) #2

Ah, that is a good idea, cheap and easy to do at home!


This is really strange but I was able to jumprope as a kid, and in my 20s I did it too…but now I just trip on the rope constantly?!


Yes, me too! Have been trying outside, hoping no neighbours can see…!

(Vladaar Malane) #5


LoL, that will be me too. Only place I have to do it at home is on the drive way. Maybe I can park my cars in front, so harder to see what in the world I’m doing.

(Candy Lind) #6

I would just look at it sitting on the ground in front of my toes! :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

(Troy) #7

Im All in…only if…

It’s a mean game of red rover.”.red rover , red rover send …right over “ :joy:
or some intense double Dutch :smiley:

Time to KETO partner up I guess

Thanks OP…I was recently looking for a jump rope about a month ago…
I think it was www.crossrope.com
And amazon
Pretty intense YT videos.
I’m a noob to this jumping rope

(Danielle) #8

Here’s a jump rope tip - make sure you try to land on your whole foot as much as possible, rather than up on your toes. I was on the jump rope team in junior high (yes, there was such a thing), and I developed terrible shin splints for constantly landing on my toes.

(E.O.) #9

Once lost, a rebounder helps regain the coordination to jump rope again.

(Empress of the Unexpected) #10

Gosh - now I gotta go try…

(Straight outta ‘Straya’) #11

Waiting for knees to build some strength