Wholesale 5 Colors Plastic Long Jump Rope Skipping Gym Speed Fitness

Find great deals on eBay for Long Jump Rope in Jump Ropes. Shop with confidence.

Purple 16' Jump Rope

$12.99
  • Review
  • TAG : Long jump rope game-snake in the grass
ADD TO CART
  • After you’re an expert at jumping rope, or you’re doing long jump rope workouts, I can imagine it may end up getting a little repetitive – but luckily there’s all sorts of variations you can do with the jump rope to keep things interesting.

    Lieberman no longer jumps rope, instead relying on spinning, kickboxing and working with a personal trainer to keep her in shape. "You could say that jump roping jump-started my weight-loss program," she said.

  • Station 4: ROPE JUMPING—ONE LONG ROPE
    Place a long jump rope on the floor. Tape an “X” on the floor to “mark” the middle. Hang the Rope—One Long Rope cue card on the wall by the station.

    Wiggle Rope. Invite two children to hold the ends of a long jump rope. The children will need to stoop down and shake the ends of the rope to create a wiggling snake-like effect. Ask the rest of the children to form a line and take turns jumping over the wiggling rope without stepping on it. If a child steps on the rope, she will take an end of it. This game can be played indoors with music.

    Long Handle Jump Rope
    Product code LJR -160
    Product Features
    The new Long Handle Jump Rope is perfect to do tricks and criss cross jumping.

    4mm P.V.C rope is durable,flexible and tangle free.

    Fitted with fully adjustable plastic snap locks.

  • The new Long Handle Jump Rope is perfect to do tricks and criss cross jumping.

    4mm P.V.C rope is durable,flexible and tangle free.

    Fitted with fully adjustable plastic snap locks.

    Station 3: SWING JUMPING—ONE LONG ROPE
    Place a long jump rope on the floor. Tape an “X” on the floor to “mark” the middle. Hang a Jumping and Landing cue card on the wall by the station.

GS 10 & GS 12 Long Jump Rope Activites

High Water/Low Water. Invite two children to take the ends of a long jump rope, holding it so the middle lies on the ground. Ask the children to form a line and take turns jumping over the rope. After the last child has had a turn, the rope is raised a little bit higher. Ask the children to continue raising the rope after each round. Encourage them to think of ways to get over the rope without touching it. When the rope gets too high for the children to jump over safely, invite them to bend underneath it, limbo-style. A child who touches the rope will leave the line to hold an end.