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  • All of these jump rope tricks are done by a single jumper using a single person jump rope. You may also consider involving friends and a much longer jump rope, or two long jump ropes for . The same tricks can be performed with or without your single person jump rope inside the long jump ropes. Get creative — find a list of jump rope tricks to perform in a book or a website. You may even invent your own tricks.

    Performing advanced jump rope tricks employs balance, dexterity, and speed. The double under is a trick in which the rope passes under your feet twice in only one bounce. This is where the mastery of your rope skills typically comes into play; small, powerful wrist movements should be used for best results with this trick because the rope must spin so quickly. The double under is a good base move for advanced tricks; you can incorporate moves from the basic and intermediate groups. One example is the double under criss cross, wherein the rope passes under your feet the first time with a normal swing of the arms, and passes under you the second time as you cross your arms the same way you would for a normal criss cross — you’ve simply taken out the jump in between.

  • Good old fashioned, basic “one hop” where you jump once in between each revolution while keeping both feet together. This effectively works your both your calves and is the most common jump rope method. This isn’t a jump rope trick of course, but it’s helpful to have a baseline.

    Good old fashioned, basic “one hop” where you jump once in between each revolution while keeping both feet together. This effectively works your both your calves and is the most common jump rope method. This isn’t a jump rope trick of course, but it’s helpful to have a baseline.

  • Good old fashioned, basic “one hop” where you jump once in between each revolution while keeping both feet together. This effectively works your both your calves and is the most common jump rope method. This isn’t a jump rope trick of course, but it’s helpful to have a baseline.

Jump Rope Tricks & Skills Guide

Apart from helping you burn a huge amount of calories (it actually can be ), jumping rope makes you lighter on your feet. This means that your coordination gets significantly improved because this exercise is all about focusing on your feet. The more jump rope tricks you discover and learn, the more coordinated you’ll get.