HI-JRT - High Intensity Jump Rope Training

Designed for high intensity jump rope training, making it easy, effortless and fun. It will make you feel like a pro and make you want to jump!

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  • For this specific HIIT jump rope workout, you will begin by warming up for 1-2 minutes with a slow jump rope tempo. Once you are fully warmed up, you will begin the HIIT cardio workout by doing 30 seconds of regular paced jump rope followed up immediately with 30 seconds of high intensity super fast jump rope. This high intensity pace will be about 95 percent of your overall effort and you really want to push yourself hard. After 30 seconds of high intensity, drop back down to a normal pace for another 30 seconds. Do this routine of 30 seconds on and 30 seconds off for 2-3 minutes and then rest for 1-2 minutes. Another version of this HIIT cardio workout is to do 1 minute of regular paced jump rope followed by 1 minute of super high intensity jump rope. After 2 total minutes, take a short 30-60 second rest and then repeat. Do anywhere from 10-15 sets of this HIIT routine for a super high calorie burning cardio workout.

    This high intensity jump rope circuit alternates between rounds of jumping rope and calisthenics. Fire up your heart rate and get ready to burn fat now!

  • Hey, everyone, This is Jacques Laventure, your fitness expert and today we are at Fitness Jacques Studios and we're going to go over high intensity jump rope exercises and we're going to start by alternating our foot movement, alternating our feet movement, increasing tempo and moving fast, getting our body temperature high. You can include this in the weight training program. We're going fast and then go side to side, front and back, really go fast, double time, get that body temperature high. To include this in your workout you can do this about two to three times a week, 20 to 30 minutes if you are going to do an intense workout but if you are going to do one to two minute interval training, you get a maximum results, a hit program where you can do weight training and you can do cardio movements.

    Hey, everyone, This is Jacques Laventure, your fitness expert and today we are at Fitness Jacques Studios and we're going to go over high intensity jump rope exercises and we're going to start by alternating our foot movement, alternating our feet movement, increasing tempo and moving fast, getting our body temperature high. You can include this in the weight training program. We're going fast and then go side to side, front and back, really go fast, double time, get that body temperature high. To include this in your workout you can do this about two to three times a week, 20 to 30 minutes if you are going to do an intense workout but if you are going to do one to two minute interval training, you get a maximum results, a hit program where you can do weight training and you can do cardio movements.

High Interval Training with a Jump Rope Routine - UNC Wellness