What was your favorite playground game growing up? I know mine was jump rope. While it’s really fun as a kid, it’s great for your health as an adult. Skipping rope is fun, intense and cheap, yet so many people dismiss it in favor of other cardio workouts.
In today’s video, we’ll highlight what happens when you jump rope daily? What changes can you expect to see in your body? We’ll discuss all this AND more…
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Intro – 0:00
For one, jumping rope can make your bones stronger. – 00:42
Sounds good, right? Well, get this… Jumping rope also helps strengthen your feet, and lowers your risk of injury. – 01:27
That’s not all. You can jump rope to make your hands stronger. – 02:23
Want to know more? Here’s how rope jumping can cause shin splints. – 03:34
Jumping rope can also build your muscular tone. – 04:34
So what else can jump rope strengthen? Can it benefit anything outside of your muscles? How about your lungs? – 05:22
Want to work on your coordination? Jumping rope can be your go-to exercise. – 06:12
You’d be surprised to know that jump rope is not only about physical benefits. Exercise can also improve your mental health. – 06:55
Yes, jumping rope clearly does a lot of good for people. But you also need to be careful… – 07:55
For one, jumping rope can make your bones stronger
You see, you put stress on your bones through impact, and this stress causes your bones to respond and adapt, increasing their density and strength.
Sounds good, right? Well, get this… Jumping rope also helps strengthen your feet, and lowers your risk of injury
Jumping rope involves a lot of bouncing up and down, so your feet will be working extremely hard.
That’s not all. You can jump rope to make your hands stronger.
Jumping rope is a powerful calorie burner that tones muscles, increases stamina, and enhances your health, among other things. You’ll be surprised to know that jumping rope for 15–20 minutes is equivalent to running for an hour.
Want to know more? Here’s how rope jumping can cause shin splints.
A new leg workout is always hard to begin. Nobody wants to cause their body that much stress.
Jumping rope can also build your muscular tone.
You want those big, beautiful muscles? The ones people get jealous of? Like I said earlier, you’re exercising muscles all over your body when you’re skipping. This means you can build muscular tone everywhere.
So what else can jump rope strengthen? Can it benefit anything outside of your muscles? How about your lungs?
Yes, jump rope can benefit your lungs greatly. Think about how hard your body’s working while you do it.
Want to work on your coordination? Jumping rope can be your go-to exercise.
One of the most aggravating aspects of jumping rope is when, after a fun few minutes of skipping, the rope hooks on your foot and stops you in your tracks, causing a significant sting.
For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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