Jump Rope Cardio Beginners #4

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I'm getting really excited for you guys, because you're now able to do at least 10 basic jumps in a row (if you've been following this series and doing your daily homework) and today you'll learn how to do high knees. This is great, because now we can have more fun and really raise up our heart rate rope jumping. This workout is also full of great lower body cardio exercises that will get you out of breath and help you burn tons of calories. I was sweating like crazy by the end of the routine and felt like I got a great workout... [more]

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    Private  |  Astoria, OR, USA

    Thank you so much for doing this series!! I’ve been so intimidated by high knees that I was sure I’d never be coordinated enough to do them. I’ve always done the jump rope exercises without a rope since the beginning. I live on the coast where the weather is unpredictable. I started this workout in the sunshine on my back deck and it got super windy and then started raining during the 2 minute practice (I would’ve stayed outside but my toddler was with me). I was so discouraged because I kept tripping and could barely do one before my back foot would get caught on the rope but I changed my shoes and moved my dining table and could not believe that I was actually doing them by the end!! 6 in a row was the perfect number to practice at a time! Thank you!! 🙂

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