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4/29/13 11:44 A

Thanks you guys!

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1/16/13 3:10 P

Personally I prefer using a dedicated jump rope. You can get an adjustable length one with swivel handles at Walmart for $7.00, Point to remember is that you swing the rope with your wrists and not your arms. Do not jump the rope skip it, only raise off the floor high enough to let the rope pass under.

Edited by: SERGEANTMAJOR at: 4/29/2013 (11:49)

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1/16/13 2:51 P

I agree with UNIDENT you really dont need a rope. I got one at walmart for about $5, brought it to work since I have rug at hope, and its to rubbery, I even hit myself, and boy does that hurt. So I just pretend to jump, and get my heart racing just as good..

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1/16/13 1:28 P

Why buy one?

Have you heard of ropeless jumprope? You don't need the rope, it only trips you up. Just 'jump' as if you had one.

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1/16/13 12:54 P

What is the best kind of jump rope to buy?

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