Let me sow you how jump rope can work out for your whole family in Puyallup and South Hill!!
Now if I at 84 can jump my way to health, so can you.
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special instruction on how to make your own jump rope. Not available in stores.
special instructions on how 20 minutes of exercise every day will radically change your physical and mental state!
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I am jumping about 700 rpm
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Now at age 84 (Aug. 9th) I can still can still jump at that speed! However, my endurance is not what it used to be.
I have been jumping rope for 22 years!
It might be that you will be able to do what I am now doing!
What health care professionals are saying:
A widely cited study found that jumping rope is one of the most effective cardio exercises out there—and it can whip you into shape with just a few minutes a day of skipping. In the study, after six weeks of daily 10-minute jump-rope exercises, participants demonstrated the same levels of improvement to their cardiovascular health as individuals who jogged for 30 minutes a day. As it turns out, just jumping up and down is a more efficient workout than pounding the pavement—achieving the same results in a fraction of the time. According to research, jumping rope at a moderate pace roughly equivocates to running an eight-minute-mile. Plus, it burns more calories per minute and engages more muscles than swimming or rowing, while still qualifying as a low-impact workout.
“There are so many health benefits from jumping rope,” Jeremiah Maestre, boxer and trainer at Rumble Boxing in New York City, says. “You get increased cardiovascular levels, flexibility, rhythm, muscle tone, shoulders, arms, and legs.”
While In public education I was told by more than one PE teacher that jump rope was the very best physical exercise. Here is an by shapeamerica.tandfonline.com
This study was conducted to determine the effects upon cardiovascular efficiency that result from programs of rope skipping and jogging. The Harvard step test was administered to 92 male students in order to determine their level of cardiovascular efficiency. The subjects were then randomly divided into two groups; group I skipped rope 10 min. daily for 6 weeks and group II jogged 30 min. daily for 6 weeks. Upon completion of the conditioning programs the subjects again were administered the Harvard step test and comparisons were made from the pre-exercise and postexercise data. The conclusions of this study were that a daily 10-min. program of rope skipping ill significantly improve (p = .05) cardiovascular efficiency as measured by the Harvard step test, that a daily 30-min. program of jogging will significantly improve (p = .05) cardiovascular efficiency as measured by the Harvard step test, and that a 10-min. daily program of rope skipping is as efficient as a particular 30-min. daily program of jogging for improving cardiovascular efficiency as measured by the Harvard step test.