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it is a great work out

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4/3/11 9:37 A

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Jump rope is one of the activities on my Wii Active II DVD. I jump from 65 to 80 rotations depending on the day.

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4/2/11 9:09 A

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JUMP ROPE
JUMPING ROPE IS HIGH ON THE LIST OF CARDIOVASCULAR EXCERISES AND IT REQUIRES LITTLE SPACE. AT ABOUT 12 CALORIES BURNED PER MINUTE ROPE JUMPING IS LIKE RUNNING A NINE MINUYE MILE. JUMPING ROPE IS TOUGH AT FIRST BUT WITH PRACTICE IT COMES EASIER. MOST BEGINERS JUMP TOO HIGH. JUMP JUST HIGH ENOUGH TO CLEAR THE ROPE. WEAR CROSS TRAINERS OR OTHER SHOES WITH CUSHOINS ON THE BALSS OF THE FEET. A 9 FOOT JUMP ROPE WORKS BEST FOR THOSE THAT ARE 5 FT 4 INCHES TO 5 FT 10 INCHES IN HIEGHT. START JUMPING IN 15 TO 20 SECONDS INTERVALS AND WORK YOU WAY UP TO 1O MINUTES.
THE ROUTINE

WARM UP--BY WALKING IN PLACE FOR FEW MINUTES
JUMP--FOR 15 TO 20 SECONDS REST FOR 40 TO 60 SECONDS AND REPEAT THE SEQUENCE FOR 10 MINUTES (OR AS LONG AS YOU CAN) WHILE RESTING KEEP MOVING BY GRASPING THE ROPE WITH BOTH HANDS AND MAKING S SIDEWAYS FIGURE EIGHT.
HOW OFTEN--THREE TO FIVE TIMES A WEEK OR AS WARM UP BEFORE YOUR REGULAR CARDIOVASWCULAR ROUTINE. OR PERFORM A MINI CIRCUIT FOR A FULL BODY WORK OUT.
MINI CIRCUIT WORKOUT--15 TO 20 SECONDS JUMPING FOLLOWED BY 15 CRUNCHES. REPEAT JUMPING FOLLOWED BY 15 PUSHUPS. CONTINUE ALTERNATING FOR 10 MINUYES RESTING AS NEEDED.




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