Need a workout that you can take anywhere? Look no further than this jump rope workout. The jump rope is one of the easiest pieces of fitness equipment to travel with. It adds a great cardio component to any workout, and you don’t need a lot of space.

If you are new to jump rope, or your skills are a little rusty, always start with a single spin. Work to get efficient at spinning the rope. Once you do, you can begin to add more technical skills such as high knees or double unders. Today’s workout is all about the double under, so if you aren’t there yet, check out the modifications.

Get ready to grab your rope and get jumping.

Double, Double

Double, Double is a jump rope workout that will help develop your jump rope skills while still providing plenty of strength exercises.

  • 50 Double Unders
  • 30 Squat Jumps
  • 50 Double Unders
  • 15 Chest to Floor Push ups
  • 50 Double Unders
  • 30 Lunges each leg
  • 50 Double Unders
  • 15 Floor Hops
  • x 2

If you aren’t ready for double unders, I encourage you to try this jump rope workout with a modification. In place of double unders, do 50 single unders with your jump rope and add a 100 yard run. Work on your speed with the single unders, and make an effort to watch your landing. When jumping rope, you want to land softly on your toes. You should not hear an earth shattering landing each time you jump.

Get Jumping

If you don’t have a jump rope, grab a speed rope. In my opinion, the speed rope is much easier to work with than the standard rope. You can get an inexpensive one or you can opt for a higher quality rope. Both ropes will get the job done, and you can take them anywhere.

If you don’t incorporate a jump rope workout into your routine on a regular basis, try adding some jumps as part of your warm up. If you want to improve your jump rope skills, you need to practice. The more technical skills take time to master, so don’t get frustrated if you don’t get it on day one.

If you want more workouts, make sure you check out the workouts listed on our website. We also have an open door policy at all three of our Fixed on Fitness locations if you would like to come try a week of classes for free. We promise to provide you with effective workouts, encouragement, accountability, and motivation.

Let’s go!

~KP

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