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I jump rope because it is easy and cheap. I follow the Abs workout on SparkPeople
Welcome aboard. I'm new to jumping and taking it slowly.
I do a lot because I have no attention span and bore easily. So lately I've been swimming, walking, walking stairs at work, weights and all kinds of strength training.
DO THE WORK
I am a walker. Walk, walk, walk. I also jump a few minutes on the mini-trampoline to music, pilates, and cardio & small weights using a dvd. Kayaking in the nice weather too.
Every so often mix it up! Try something new for a few weeks. It keeps it fun and your body recognizes a "new exercise" and responds nicely!
Edited by: DEBEDEE at: 11/13/2007 (16:40)
* Starting Weight before SP- 184 lbs.
Starting Over Once Again...
October 19 - 164
October 26 - 162
October 30 - 160
"Those who do not find time for exercise will have to find time for illness."
"Less than one-tenth of 1% of the world's population has ever dared to run a distance of a 1/2 marathon or greater."
Had my baby two years ago and I have got to lose the baby weight. I do the jumping for cardio, but man I have a belly. Any way to strenthen the abs while jumping? Looking to be a better jumper. More creativity and diversity. I love that there a bunch of jumpers here. What else do y'all do besides jump?