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Beaded Plastic Jumping Skipping Rope Sports Game

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What you are viewing is our Beaded Plastic Jumping Skipping Rope Sports Game.Plastic Jumping Rope is one of the most efficient methods of cardio training. Jumping rope for 10 minutes at a moderate pace is the equivalent to running one mile in 12...
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Specifications:


  • The beaded design of the Plastic Jumping Rope is easy for you to come up with the jumping rhythm
  • Durable segmented Plastic Jumping Rope over heavy-duty nylon rope with spin-free colored handles, designed for durability, flexibility and speed
  • Plastic Jumping Rope is a very good calorie burner and is also a fun playground activity
  • You can have a total body workout without leaving home and without the feeling you are actually exercising with the Colored Jumping Rope
  • Fit Jumping Rope develops excellent footwork and coordination and also gives a very efficient cardiovascular workout and muscle toning
  • Handle Material: Plastic
  • Rope Material: PVC
  • Color: Black & Red
  • Length: 270cm/106.3in

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Beaded Plastic Jumping Skipping Rope Sports Game


  • Beaded design is perfect for jumping rhythm. Plastic Jumping Rope is a very good calorie burner and is also a fun playground activity

Beaded Plastic Jumping Skipping Rope Sports Game


  • Durable segmented Plastic Jumping Rope over heavy-duty nylon rope with spin-free colored handles, designed for durability, flexibility and speed

Beaded Plastic Jumping Skipping Rope Sports Game

Beaded Plastic Jumping Skipping Rope Sports Game


  • You can have a total body workout without leaving home and without the feeling you are actually exercising with the Colored Jumping Rope

How to Solo Jump:


  • Choose a rope appropriate to your size. With the rope folded in half, it should reach up nearly to your shoulders. It also helps if the rope isn't too light
  • Grab the jump rope by its ends, or the handles, one handle for each hand
  • Put the jump rope behind your bum and let the loop hang behind your crotch
  • Throw the jump rope over your head and when it meets your feet, jump over it using your ankles which also you are going forward. A lot of people make the mistake of bending their knees because it is easier for them. While easier, it is less beneficial, incorrect, and will mess up your timing
  • Repeat and see how long you can do it without messing up. As you practice, you will get better at timing. It might help to do a small hop in between jumps, count jumps, or chant a verse. As you learn to move the rope faster, the in-between hop will become unnecessary

How to Jump as a Group:


  • Choose a longer rope. With the turners a comfortable distance apart, it should still go over the head of the jumper easily
  • To get started, stand between the turners. Face one of them and place the rope to the right or left of your feet. Have them throw the rope over your head, and jump when it reaches your other side. Get the rhythm of this jumping before moving on
  • Try running into the turning rope. It takes some timing, but it can be done. If you would like to try a trick, think of it before you run in
  • Tell the turners what you want them to do, so that they will know instead of messing you up. Run into the rope first, and jump for a few turns to get the rhythm, then move on to the trick
  • Try running back out of the rope to give somebody else a turn. Take the next step and try double dutch, with two ropes turning in opposite directions

Tricks:


  • Try some tricks. When you get better at jumping rope forwards, try going backwards. Start with the rope in front of your feet and throw it over your head to the back. Jump over it when it reaches your feet again
  • Try crossing your arms in front of you and then do some jumps. Also known as the "Criss-Cross" trick. It takes practice with the timing, but you can get to where you alternate between crossed and uncrossed. If you're having a hard time, ask someone else to show you how to do it
  • Attempt the "Side-swing". This is a trick which consists of folding the rope in half, then holding it with one or both hands and swinging it
  • Do several tricks together. If you're feeling adventurous, you might like to try making up a routine using one or two tricks

NOTE:


  • A speed rope swung very fast can sting. Start very slowly
  • You may get tripped by the rope, be sure to jump where the landing is soft enough that you probably won't get hurt
  • Choose an open area to jump rope and be aware of who and what is around you to avoid whipping someone
  • Be careful when you are doing things like the criss-cross trick mentioned above. The plastic-bead like jump-ropes hurt if you make a mistake and you whip yourself, so start out slow

About Jump Rope:


Benefits


  • Jumping rope is one of the most efficient ways to burn calories. Ten minutes of rope jumping is equivalent to running a mile, but puts less stress on muscles and joints. Rope jumping will improve athletic skills--coordination, agility, timing and endurance--and increase cardiovascular conditioning. Finally, using the lower body to jump and the upper body to control the rope, makes for an all-over workout

Types


  • Speed ropes, usually made from thin vinyl cord, are the fastest kind of jump rope, allowing for the highest number of turns per minute. They are used by high-performance athletes. Leather ropes are flexible and durable but not as fast as speed ropes. Leather has a heavier, more-substantial feel than the speed ropes. Beaded jump ropes, the kind covered with short, plastic tubes of alternating colors, are highly visible, audible and resilient. However, they are not as flexible as other ropes and may become tangled during use. Cotton ropes don't respond as quickly as other jump ropes. They dirty easy and fray on rough surfaces. On the plus side, they are quiet and flexible

Considerations


  • As with any strenuous physical activity, rope jumping requires a warm-up and cool-down session of stretching. Jumping on unforgiving surfaces, such as concrete or asphalt, will increase the risk of injury. Avoid jumping directly on these surfaces. Instead, place a rubber mat under you as a shock absorber. You can also jump on a wooden floor or carpet. Only jump while wearing supportive athletic shoes. Cross trainers, tennis or basketball shoes are best because they support the forefoot where you should be landing after each jump

Competitive Rope Jumping


  • More than an exercise apparatus, jump rope can be a competitive pursuit. Thirty-eight countries, including the United States, participate in international rope jumping competitions. Jumpers compete individually, in teams with a turner holding each end of a long rope, or Double Dutch style, in which two turners swing two ropes in opposite directions while a third person jumps. There are speed competitions of 30 second to 3 minutes, as well as choreographed routines set to music

History


  • According to the International Rope Skipping Federation, the first people to skip rope were rope makers. When twisting long strands of hemp into rope, they often needed to jump over their rope to retrieve loose strands. Their children began to imitate the movement and invent games with small, discarded pieces of rope. Rope skipping in North America was first written about by Dutch settlers in the 17th century. At first, rope skipping was primarily a pastime for boys. Girls were considered too delicate for such high-impact, physical activity. As girls became more involved in rope skipping during the 1900s, they invented different rhythms, chants and songs to accompany their games. See the link below for an extensive collection of jump rope rhymes

Package Included:


  • 1 x Jumping Rope