You should have double dutch, freestyle single rope ( aka double dutch with one rope instead of two), the onion ( two long ropes crossed ). you can add choreography in it, like dance moves, gymnastics, or push-up's in the tricks, for example, doing push-up's in a single rope. get a song with a good beat, like, um, Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger by Daft Punk.
Jump roping backwards.
jump roping started Long ago in Egypt
the highest number for jump roping is 1,000
the highest number for jump roping is 1,000 times
Why would something like jump-roping become a sport in the Olympics? Answer that. Well, there are, believe it or not, national competitions for jump roping. So why wouldn't it?
Well, you are exercising and exercising is good for your health as long as you don't over do it.
Yes, if you do it as an anarobic exercise. Do jump-roping very intense for about one minute, then take a one minute break. Do about 5 sets of these and you will get a pretty good burn
the world record for jump roping is over 51,000 jumps it is in the genious book of world records
you dont just jump!
I don't know.hehehehehehehehehehe
You lose 1000 calories per hour
Double Dutch jump roping is an activity many young people have taken part in over the years. As of 2014, the current double jump record is 128.
helps you lose weight
yes you do
cardio or aerobics
Its a good cardiovascular workout. it also strengthens the leg muscles and i believe it helps increase stamina and balance.
Dancing,singing,magic act,jump roping(fast),& hoola hooping.
It gets your heart going. Gives you physical activity. Burns calories. Its excersice, to everything that included @_@
They were Saltare
Jogging,Acrobatics and Jump roping!
It's unclear when jump roping began. According to the jump rope institue "The first concrete evidence of jump rope activity can be seen in medieval paintings where children roll hoops and jump rope down the cobblestone streets of Europe. Although, the exact origin of jump rope activity is unclear. Some date jump roping to ancient China; however, the Western versions probably originated from 1600 A.D. Egypt. What is known is that jump roping, in some form or another, spread through Europe to the Netherlands, and eventually to North America." While it likely dates back to china no one is positive about this.
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