Welcome to the group, I'm so happy you found this team!
Agree with SKATER, keep your feet and knees together and jump high enough for the rope skim underneath your feet, I don't see why there's need to jump so high unless you try to do double-, triple-under. And if you're getting back to the jumping, try to not overdo, start with small number and increase bits by bits. Try to do your jumping consistently, say this week you do 6 sets of 15 spins and next week you increase to 6 sets of 20 spins or whichever suits you better.
Keep track your jumping with your team goals, that way you can see your progress and help our team to reach our goal as well. Listen more to your knees and calves (it might be frustrating when you want to do more but the body is keep saying, please please, stop! hehe) The key is get over your limit but NOT OVERDO!!! I'm sure you will do great and before you know it, you jump at big number and you get pleasant surprise on how much you lose (weight and inches).
Good luck and have fun!
### Fathin SN###
Spark Your Day With Jumping Rope!
Lead of Jump Rope Challenge Team
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