The Classic Childhood Activity Your Body Loves
30 minutes and jump rope can go a long way. Grab a jump rope and burn calories!
Let’s jump back to the old middle school gym class days. Remember the classic jump rope routine?
You probably have a jump rope tucked away in your garage or stored in your child’s closet. Recognize that jump roping is not an activity just for our kids. From time to time incorporate the all-time favorite exercise into your daily workout.
As a result, adding a jump rope can boost your daily workout. In the meantime assisting your body in burning more of those unwanted calories. Yes, more calories; more than ten calories a minute while strengthening your legs, butt, shoulders, and arms.
Not to mention grabbing a jump rope is an easy, efficient pick-up and go mobile activity.
With this in mind, if you stay consistent eventually your muscles will develop habitual to the movement. Additionally, you are creating a robust full body workout.
Have fun and get creative with this childhood activity. Perform various levels of intensity and while exercising. Don’t be afraid to switch it up.
Try to discover new exercising techniques that you feel comfortable performing, specifically:
-Single leg jumps
-Classic two-foot jump.
From this point on, break out the jump rope when you exercise. In the end, you might be surprised at how your body and mind feels after a few jumps.
Most importantly, take things slow and in the meantime just keep building your endurance. Giving these points, start with 50-100 jumps, eventually, work your way up to 500, even 1000 jumps a day.
All in all, stay in tune with your bodies ability. Remember to cool down with a few minutes of light recovery work and stretching.