Valeo Deluxe Jump Rope from Valeo

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  • TAG : Valeo Speed Jump Rope - Wisdom and Health
  • With so many on offer today, it is great to have a make you can trust. The Valeo Deluxe Jump Rope is certainly that and will be a superb purchase.

    For this great price, the Valeo Deluxe Jump Rope is highly recommended and is a regular choice for lots of people. Valeo have provided some nice touches and this equals great value.

  • I recently wanted to start using jumping rope as a form of exercise so I found this Valeo Speed Jump Rope for about 6 or 7 bucks. It gets the job done, but personally I think a regular jump rope would actually be better. The rope is really a cable kind of material, so when it arrived of course the cable was folded up and because of the properties of the cable material, after being folded up it has a lot of creases in the cable. The "rope" basically looks like a big zig zag if laid out, this made it very difficult to use. I am currently trying to find ways to smooth out all the creases and make the cable completely straight. My opinion is that a jump rope with an actual rope or beads would be much better, but for $6 this one isn't too bad.

    The quality of a jump rope will definitely impact your ability to complete double unders. The jump rope I used in the video is the , which I like because of its patented swivel system that is very smooth. I also have the which I used in my other jump rope videos. While the Valeo Jump Rope is not quite the same quality as the Buddy Lee Jump Rope (mostly in terms of the swivel system and rope speed), it’s very good for the low price of around $8.

  • @Anthony – When you say your shoulders “hurt” I’m taking it to mean that you are experiencing muscle burn in your shoulders, which is preventing you from continuing to jump rope. When I get in great jumping rope shape, the part of my body that is the most fatigued are my shoulders. With that said, if you are using a light jump rope like a Valeo jump rope, that has the right length (your arms are comfortably bent at your sides with your wrists about waist level, or slightly above waist level, not too low) your shoulders should not hurt as much. Also, if you do jumping rope at the end of a tough weight training workout, that can effect your shoulders a lot. Finally, you should be holding on to the jump rope lightly. If you are holding the jump rope too firmly, that can tense up your upper arms and shoulders. Hope this helps!

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Before getting into the tips, I’ve used many different types of jump ropes ranging from wooden handles with a leather rope, plastic handle with lightweight cotton , but I prefer rubber jump ropes with unweighted handles and a ball and socket inside. The Valeo jump rope is my favorite and retails for only $10.