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Speed Balls Jump Rope Symmetry and Strength Trainer by JumpNrope (SB-Std)

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  • The thing I love about training with jump ropes is that they’re cheap and portable. I carry a number of plastic speed ropes in my bag and they’re so light that I sometimes forget they’re even there. And if they break or I lose them it’s no big deal to replace them.

    Good stuff as usual. I don’t have any experience of how boxers train jump rope especially for fat loss. I’m fairly comfortable with Double Unders and do them several times a week setted with burpees ( doing the 100 burpee a day for 100 days at moment) as a way of breaking up the burpees. Just wondering what sort of numbers or workout you’d suggest if you were looking at using DUs in a fat loss programme so that they’re actually an effective exercise?? I enjoy doing them anyway but I’d be interested to find out more.

  • These ropes are usually bought online since you won’t find them in typical stores. You can get the same ones I use (called “The Boxer’s Training Jump Rope” from the link below):

    Great article!
    Just had my first day of the week of 30 minutes straight of jump rope to try and get better. Found myself tripping up a lot and thinking half the time was spent re-setting up from my falls (does it still count as 30 minutes straight? :S) But yeah definitely going to keep at it. Any ideas for flooring substitutes/covers I can use in the home to jump rope on? Only space in the house I have to jump rope is on tiled floor (which I assume isn’t good), and it would be great if I could have better flooring so I could jump rope more often at home. Thanks for the article though, really sparked the motivation to get myself that bounce I need.

  • These ropes are usually bought online since you won’t find them in typical stores. You can get the same ones I use (called “The Boxer’s Training Jump Rope” from the link below):

Everlast® Fit 11' Pro Weighted Jump Rope $21.99

Great article!
Just had my first day of the week of 30 minutes straight of jump rope to try and get better. Found myself tripping up a lot and thinking half the time was spent re-setting up from my falls (does it still count as 30 minutes straight? :S) But yeah definitely going to keep at it. Any ideas for flooring substitutes/covers I can use in the home to jump rope on? Only space in the house I have to jump rope is on tiled floor (which I assume isn’t good), and it would be great if I could have better flooring so I could jump rope more often at home. Thanks for the article though, really sparked the motivation to get myself that bounce I need.