Author: Sorting Last Post on Top ↓ Message:
SKATER787's Photo SKATER787 SparkPoints: (4,443)
Fitness Minutes: (0)
Posts: 1,075
3/30/12 1:37 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
FATHINSN's Photo FATHINSN SparkPoints: (79,648)
Fitness Minutes: (37,970)
Posts: 9,623
3/22/12 1:04 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
I've heard about this from a SP buddy. Maybe to avoid tripping and still get the benefit of jumping, the rope-less jump rope is recommended? Never seen the rope, though, I wonder how does it function that makes people still feel like jump with a rope!

### Fathin SN###
Spark Your Day With Jumping Rope!
Lead of Jump Rope Challenge Team


 current weight: 124.0 
 
127
125.5
124
122.5
121
BEEJAAA's Photo BEEJAAA SparkPoints: (4,627)
Fitness Minutes: (270)
Posts: 35
3/21/12 6:33 P

My SparkPage
Reply
Once I saw on tv, Doctor Oz, a "jump rope" with no rope! The handles were weighted some way, and they worked the same as if they were connected by a rope!
I was thinking it might be a good way for me to begin, since I'm older and "weighty" and wouldn't want to trip on the rope and fall when I'm just starting out...especially since I don't know whether I'll even be able to get my feet off the ground!!! :D

I have looked for such a thing, but without luck. Have you heard of them?
What do you think?
Barb

DETERMINED! \O/


 Pounds lost: 0.0 
 
0
17.65
35.3
52.95
70.6
Page: 1 of (1)  

Report Innappropriate Post

Other Jump Rope Challenge Health, Wellness, Nutrition, and Fitness Posts

Topics: Last Post:

Thread URL: http://www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/team_messageboard_thread.asp?board=1409x4328x47195836

Review our Community Guidelines




x Lose 10 Pounds by October 17! Sign up with Email Sign up with Facebook
By clicking one of the above buttons, you're indicating that you have read and agree to SparkPeople's Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy and that you're at least 18 years of age.