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5 Reasons You Should Be Jump Roping

5 Reasons You Should Be Jump Roping

  1. Are you failing with your cardiovascular conditioning?
  2. Are you lacking in coordination, reaction time, and agility?
  3. Is your cardiovascular conditioning optimal?
  4. Are you looking for a form of conditioning to cut body fat?

Today I want to talk about why you should be jump roping. There are many reasons you should be incorporating this highly effective drill into your training arsenal, but I’m going to highlight some of the physical benefits here that you should be adopting to revolutionize your cardio, as well as your overall training approach. It’s time you get your ass in gear.

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Jump Rope: The Most Underrated Conditioning Exercise

Jump Rope: The Most Underrated Conditioning Exercise

  1. Are you looking for an optimal way to condition your body that will bring you serious results? 
  2. Are you tired of boring yourself to death with treadmills and ellipticals? 
  3. Are you interested in improving your coordination, reaction time, and cardiovascular fitness?
  4. Are you looking for a new challenge?

As a strength and conditioning coach I notice the emphasis that many of my colleagues in the fitness biz like putting on strength and I enjoy doing much the same, however I’m also a big proponent in emphasizing the significance of conditioning as well…or more specifically what I refer to as athletic conditioning. Today’s post is about examining how the jump rope is way underrated in many strength and conditioning programs and why you should be utilizing this tool for your own conditioning time. What do you think?

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