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  • A Power Systems Brand! The Beaded Jump Rope is a tool all gyms and facilities should have. This jump rope helps correct form and coordination before the exerciser moves onto a quicker rope. The beads hitting against the ground help the jumper with timing.

    A Power Systems Brand! The Beaded Jump Rope is a tool all gyms and facilities should have. This jump rope helps correct form and coordination before the exerciser moves onto a quicker rope. The beads hitting against the ground help the jumper with timing.

  • The Valeo 9' Beaded Jump Rope has an adjustable length and molded handles with foam grips. It features a plastic, beaded-nylon rope and sealed ball bearings that provide even rotation.

    A Power Systems Brand! The Beaded Jump Rope is a tool all gyms and facilities should have. This jump rope helps correct form and coordination before the exerciser moves onto a quicker rope. The beads hitting against the ground help the jumper with timing.

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  • Thin PVC jump ropes, often called “licorice” ropes, offer an inexpensive, entry-level choice for ropers who focus on cardio exercise rather than speed or competition. Although typically not as fast as steel ropes, plastic ropes easily outclass cloth and beaded jump ropes. A special type of plastic rope known as pro-vinyl may meet or exceed steel cable ropes in speed and lightness, making these ropes well suited to speed- and trick-oriented ropers. Like steel ropes, plastic ropes are usually adjustable.

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For someone buying a beaded jump rope, it’s best to start by determining the proper length jump rope needed. When standing on the center of the jump rope, the ends of the should reach up to the buyer’s armpits. During use, the jump rope should skim the floor but not flop against it or hit the jumper’s head while in the air. Jump ropes that are too short will not touch the floor and will hit the jumper in the head, while long jump ropes will hit the floor and may trip the jumper.