The double under is tough without a doubt but it’s not the Mount Everest of rope jumping so to speak. Many CrossfFtters, boxers and other athletes can do triple and even quadruple unders. These are some next level skills for when you have mastered the double under and are looking for a challenge. There are even a select few out there that can do quintuple unders, hardly anyone can do these for reps though.
rope jumping is one of their workout staples used to improve footwork, improve endurance and timing. They also use it to improve awareness while in motion, if you don’t have at least some level of focus while jumping rope you will be getting tripped up on the rope pretty regularly. In a boxing match if you lack focus you will get your head beat in. It also helps boxers be light on their feet so they can float like a butterfly and sting like a bee.
Buddy Lee’s Jump Rope Institute recommends learning rope jumping through a system that teaches you step by step how to jump the correct way. A combination of quality equipment and programs can help motivate you every step of the way to keep you jumping your way into maximum fitness and the winning difference! Rope to success!
Rope jumping as far as athletes are concerned seems to have become more of an old-school exercise. Many athletes, coaches and trainers alike seem to have moved on from the old jump rope.