Jump Rope Partner Workout: Crossrope 300 Plus0 Comments
We've got another fun jump rope partner workout to share with you today.
Today's workout is called the Crossrope 300 Plus workout because it is built around the Crossrope Plus System.
With your partner, you will be working through 1,200 gruelling jumps as fast as you can. This is one of the most fun and challenging ways to get in shape with a friend.
Think you and your partner have what it takes? Let's see what you got...
Tools for this Workout
Here are the tools you're going to need for today's workout:
> Crossrope Plus Set - get the Plus Set (we're using all four ropes in the system)
> A timer - use your smartphone
> Some space to jump - We'll be jumping indoors
The Plus Set is our most popular and versatile jump rope training system. The set comes with four weighted ropes - the light black 1/4 Lb Agility rope, the blue 1/2 Lb Energy rope, the orange 1 Lb Intensity rope, and the yellow 2 Lb Fury rope.
The Crossrope Plus Set is our most popular jump rope sets, containing four durable weighted ropes.
Jump Rope Workout: Crossrope 300 Plus
Today's jump rope workout routine is fairly simple in structure, but not easy in practice.
You and your partner are each going to work through 300 jumps with each rope in the Crossrope Plus Set, working your way from the 1/4 Lb agility rope to the 2 Lb Fury rope.
The objective is to see how quickly you can complete a total of 1,200 jumps each, particularly as the jumps get harder and harder from rope to rope (that Fury is no joke).
While one partner jumps, the other rests. When you're finished, let us know how quickly you got through it in our community.
Note: you can also do this workout without a partner if you wish to try it. If you have a Plus Set, see how quickly you can complete the 300 Plus Challenge on your own!
Watch the video below to see how we did:
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!