Looking to change-up your workout routine? Want to challenge your husband to a little fitness competition? You will love this jump rope workout! It’s simple, but you’ll be surprised how quickly the intensity picks up! This would be the perfect workout for the whole family to join in on!
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My jump rope is for sure in the top 5 if not THE top piece of workout equipment I own. It’s inexpensive, easy to travel with, and can add intensity to ANY workout. If you need stocking stuffer ideas for the family, order jump ropes!
Death By Jump Rope
- 1st Minute: Complete 10 Jumps
- 2nd Minute: Complete 20 Jumps
- 3rd Minute: Complete 30 Jumps
- *Every minute increase 10 repetitions. Continue jumping until you can no longer complete the amount of repetitions in 1 minute.
- Keep track of your time using a watch or a Timer. (We frequently use the MYWOD app and recommend it to our readers. You can keep track of your workouts, they’ve got How To videos, and of course the app has great timers.) Set your timer to go off every minute, so you know when to begin your next set of jumps.
- Jump Rope
- Be sure to modify this at home workout to your ability level. If you’re proficient at jump roping, try double unders. You can always decrease the repetitions by beginning with 5 the first minute and then adding an additional 5 every minute.
At the start of the first minute, complete 10 jumps using your jump rope. When the timer goes off for minute 2, complete 20 jumps. When the timer goes off for minute 3, complete 30 jumps. Every minute you will increase the amount of jumps by 10 repetitions. When you can no longer complete the amount of repetitions assigned to that minute, the workout will be over. Do your best to last as long as possible! Set a goal to last a certain amount of minutes. This is a workout that can be repeated, especially if you didn’t make it as far as you would have hoped!
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