Limited Edition Set Jump Rope Workout0 Comments
Today we're excited to bring you an exclusive jump rope workout with our Limited Edition Set.
If you're looking for a jump rope workout to push you outside of your comfort zone...
...or if you're looking to spice up your current jump rope workout routine with a new level of fun and intensity, then you're going to love this quick routine we've put together for you.
Check out the full details below.
The Heavy Limited Edition Set
A unique jump rope combo set that contains three brand new ropes with new weights and newly designed handles.
Discover more about our Limited Edition Jump Rope Sets.
Feature Jump Rope Workout
This is going to be a challenging one because we're going to be using some really heavy weights.
What you're going to need:
> LE Heavy jump rope set - get the Limited Edition Set here
> Some space to jump - outdoors is always fun
There are three separate rounds for this workout. You're going to run through all three rounds one after the other, resting 30-60 seconds between each. Then you'll rest 2-3 minutes and repeat the three rounds again.
Round 1 - 3/4 Lb Jump Rope
Jump rope for 2 minutes with the red 3/4 Lb jump rope and go all out on the last 30 seconds of the round.
Rest 30-60 seconds.
Round 2 - 1 1/2 Lb Heavy Rope
Jump rope for 90 seconds with the red 1 1/2 Lb heavy rope and go all out on the last 30 seconds of the round.
Rest 30-60 seconds.
Round 3 - 3 Lb Heavy Titan Rope
Jump rope for 60 seconds with the 3 Lb Heavy Titan rope and go all out on the last 30 seconds of the round.
Rest 2-3 minutes and repeat the three rounds.
Check out the video to see what the workout looks like:
Here are some important tips to keep in mind for this workout:
> Use light basic jumps and boxer steps for the light portion of each round and focus on maintaining good symmetry and a nice tall posture. If you're unsure what good jump rope technique looks like, check out our complete beginner's guide to jumping rope.
> In the last 30 seconds of each round, push as hard as you can by increasing the number of rotations and using more challenging exercises like double unders and sprints.
> If you need to take longer rest breaks, feel free to do so. Try to complete this workout at your own pace. But complete it.
How did it go?
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