What do you think about Skipping?

 

 

What do you think about Skipping?

 

If you haven't jumped rope since your school days, it's time to take a second look at this powerful exercise tool. Jumping rope is an explosive form of cardiovascular exercise, and it's easy to get in a quick workout anywhere. Jumping rope burns around 125 calories in just 10 minutes, and a high intensity 10 minute rope jumping workout is the equivalent of 30 minutes of jogging and doesn't require much more than a little space, a timer and some creativity.

 

There's a reason why athletes like boxers include jump roping in their workouts, it's an incredibly efficient way to burn calories, get conditioned, and have way more fun than getting on a cardio machine for an hour or more.

 

Here are just a few of the many reasons to jump rope :)

 

1. It burns so much calories.

 

When you jump repeatedly, your body burns 800 to 1,000 calories an hour, compare that to 200 to 300 calories burned per hour while walking.

Even better, jumping rope (especially high-intensity jump roping) makes your body a calorie-burning machine. This means that when you add jump roping into your workout routine, you’ll be burning more calories not just during your workout, but throughout the entire day.

 

2. You can take it with you anywhere.

 

Are you traveling, or do you not feel like going to the gym today? Throw your jump rope in your suitcase and bring it with you on next trip or whenever you just want to fit in a quick workout anywhere.

If you’re short on time, even just a 4-minute jump rope workout will help you stay fit when you’re traveling or away from your normal workout routine.

 

 

4. It helps you relax.

 

When you jump, your body releases endorphins, which act as pain relievers and give you a sense of well-being and relaxation.

What's more, the deep breathing you do while exercising vigorously clears your mind, sharpens your focus and energizes you for the day ahead.

 

 

5. It's good for your heart. 

 

There's no better workout to get your heart rate up and keep your heart happy than jump roping. Jumping rope on a regular basis improves your cardiovascular fitness, the ability of the heart and lungs to supply oxygen to working muscles. Your cardiovascular framework includes your heart, along with the arteries and veins that help circulate blood and oxygen between the heart and the other organs of the body. By enhancing the capacity of this framework, your heart will perform more efficiently. You will also find yourself suffering less from shortness of breath amid various activities, as it will help you build your stamina.
 

 

6. Tones Muscles in Lower and Upper Body

Another benefit of skipping rope is that it is a great approach to tone the muscle in your legs and lower body. After the first day, you may encounter some soreness in your legs. This is because those muscles have been inactive for a long time. Give them a couple of days to recuperate, and it will soon result in stronger and more conditioned muscles, as you continue your regime.

 


7. Best Tool for Weight Loss

One of the main benefits of skipping is that it is a great tool to achieve weight loss. Bouncing rope for 30 minutes can burn roughly 300 calories, you should skip for 30 minutes consistently and cut out 400 calories from your eating regimen. While this may appear to be difficult at the start, it will set the motion for weight reduction in the most beneficial way. Skipping is an extraordinary and simple approach to lose those additional calories. It is safer than jogging or running as you arrive on your toes while doing it, without affecting your knees severely.

 

 

4. Helps Improve the Skin

For a beautiful skin, one of the secrets is to exercise. Not all of us may find the time to head to the gym amidst our busy schedule, but that definitely shouldn’t be the reason to not sweat it out and it's easier to do it if gorgeous skin is one of the benefits of skipping rope. Skipping is the most convenient way to ensure that you workout, even if it is for 15 minutes daily. Exercise increases blood circulation in the body, providing nutrients to the skin and flushing out toxins. Ever noticed the glow on your face post a workout?

 


6. Skipping is a Full Body Workout 

Skipping is a full body workout as you are practically utilising all parts of your body. Your lower body is persistently bouncing, your arms and shoulders are constantly in motion, and your abdominal area is involved too. Skipping helps in maintaining your body posture, keeping a check on slumped shoulders.
While skipping, try to bring in some variations, such as running while skipping, skipping on one leg, jumping extra high, passing the rope under your feet twice before you land, or folding your arms as you skip. These varieties can be challenging, but they are fun.

 

Check out the link below on the calculation calories you can burn :) Click here

 

 

Now lets get skipping :)

 

 

 

Rebecca xx

 

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