5/14/2012

How to jump rope - Individual single jump roping skills with warm-up stretch exercises


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Everyone knows how to jump rope, just hold the two ends and whip over your head, under your feet, back over your head, and repeat it. For sure, jump roping isn't rocket science, and first, practice jump roping without having the rope, including warm-up exercises, and then uses the right length of rope for your jumping. The rope length should extend from your ambits to your foot when measured against your frame.

Choose an open location for jump roping, put on cushioned shoes such as sports shoes or running shoes with further cushioning for additional aid. Make confident to have fantastic shoes or cross-trainers with plenty of cushioning for your feet. To count be sure you count when your feet hit the ground. Use your ankles as a spring action as this eliminates the odds your feet smacking complicated on the ground. Your feet hitting the ground are a considerably better gauge, which means that your feet jump together. This is exact same to the basic jump step, except that you do not move your feet together. Try to jump rhythmically and to land on the balls of your feet. As the rope comes about to your feet jump over the rope. Throw the rope over your head and when it meets your feet, jump over it. One superb cue to jump - jump when you hear the rope hit the ground in front of you, so when you jump you don't require the rope to hit the ground a lot.

For the greatest jump roping workout you want to jump rope in intervals, the jumps you make should be completed by your "feet." Small jumps, however, enough for the rope to go under your feet. Pretty soon you'll be swinging the rope highly very easily and generating short jumps to clear the rope.

The health benefits of jump roping are not to be denied. The calories burned of jumping rope exceed almost any other form of aerobic exercise. If you are healthy enough to try jump roping as an interesting addition to your exercise routine, please learn how to jump rope according to the video above for individual single rope skills, and you will be very satisfied with the results for physical fitness improvement.

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