When was the last time you jumped rope? It's cheap and portable – and burns more calories than you might think. Give it a whirl!
If you haven't jumped rope since third grade, it can be humbling. It demands (and builds) coordination. Initially, you should practice foot and arm movements separately.
Keep your body upright and balanced with the weight on the balls of the feet.
Jump only high enough to clear the rope (1 inch off the ground).
Land lightly on the balls of your feet.
Keep your elbows close to your sides, pointing down at a 45-degree angle.
Never sacrifice good jumping form for speed. Progress slowly.
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