We know you've been craving another Crossrope jump rope partner workout!
That's why we're bringing you another simple, fun, and fast workout you can do with a friend or workout partner. And this workout only requires one rope.
If you think you can handle this max-effort jump rope workout routine, grab your rope, grab your partner, and let's get to work.
Before We Get Started
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Tools for this Workout
Here are the tools you're going to need for today's workout:
> Crossrope Get Lean Set - get the Get Lean (we're using the 1/2 Lb rope)
> A timer - you can use your smartphone
> Some space to jump - We'll be jumping indoors
The Get Lean set comes with two weighted ropes - the green 1/4 Lb rope and the white 1/2 Lb rope
Jump Rope Workout: Interval Workout
Today's jump rope workout routine is a simple jump rope interval workout.
Although only one jump rope is needed for this workout, we suggest that you go with a slightly heavier one (we went with the 1/2 Lb rope).
In this workout, we run through 10 rounds of the following:
- 30 seconds of max-effort jumps
- 30 seconds of rest
While one partner is jumping for 30 seconds, the other is resting. You're going to switch every 30 seconds until you complete 10 rounds together. Note that we use a mix of basic jumps and alternate foot jumps for this workout, but you can use any exercise you wish.
If you want to learn the basic jump and alternate foot jump, you can find video tutorials here.
Watch the video below to see how we did:
Don't forget to cheer each other on and when you're finished, make sure to let us know how you did in our community.
Important tips and resources to keep in mind for this workout:
> If you're just getting started, take a look at out our complete jump rope guide for beginners - it covers everything you need to know to learn how to jump rope properly.
> Don't let mistakes hold you up. Brush them off and finish your set strong. For tips on how to avoid common mistakes, check out this article.
> Also consider taking precautions to minimize your chances of injury while jumping rope by going through the tips in this article.
How did it go?
We'd love to hear how the workout went for you and your partner.
Leave your results in the comments below or in our private jump rope community. And if you really like it, give it some likes and shares as well. Good luck!