Jump Rope Cardio Fit Slide #4 X

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59 comments on “Jump Rope Cardio Fit Slide #4 X”

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    Awesome workout! And really hard! I couldn’t image how many variations of jumps with jr are! I had much fun with this workout! Thank you!

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    This took me 16:59. Really enjoyed it.

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    Btw, Zuzka, what’s model of your asics? I’m looking for a new shoes for running and training. 🙂 Thanks!

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    What happened to the weekly meal diary? 🙁 I used to look forward to those every week!

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      I think, we’ll see something new from Zuzka. I think, she’s working on 8-week foor journal, because I saw her comment in instagram once. Don’t worry! You may use old meal plans 🙂

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    Private  |  Tokyo

    ohgodIamdyiiinnnnnngggggg
    Awesome series!! Perfect combination of cardio and strength, love it 😀

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    Loved it! ❤

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    I am suffering with de quervain’s syndrome. A real hindrance to getting my workouts done. I’m improvising, but frustrated. Has anyone in the community had to contend with this syndrome who can offer advice, input on prognosis etc.?

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      Private  |  USA

      While I don’t have DQ, I have a shoulder impingement that is really interfering with my workouts as well, so I can empathize. I also treat people with diagnoses such as DeQuervains! Have u been to your doctor or to see a physical therapist or occupational/hand therapist? Depending on the severity of your condition, u may need professional intervention. Severity also determines prognosis and recovery time…. Ice and a splint are a good place to start though, for inflammation.

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        Hoping your shoulder infringement resolves soon. Thank for the advice.

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          “Impingement” ugh spell check!

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            Private  |  USA

            Haha, thank you! I hope you have relief soon as well so we can get back to kickin butt ASAP!!

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      Private  |  Naples, Fl, Usa

      I also have de quevains. Over the summer I had a cortisone injection which helped tremendously, however it’s since then come back. I tried giving up on push ups and burpees for a while and substituted exercises but saw no real difference. And I’ve found that for me at least, my symptoms don’t worsen from doing push ups. I do find it painful to do a plank row so I avoid those. And I just skip the handstand and wall workouts altogether and pick a different routine to do.
      I’m considering having another shot for the mean time and doing some research on the surgery they have for it (which I’d rather avoid).
      My husband is a physical therapist and he suggests wearing a spika splint (anyone in durable medical equipment can help you find one). There’s also a laser treatment that some pt offices do now which seems to work wonders for some people. It usually takes 6-8 treatments but is well worth it if it works. And you should get immediate results if the treatment works for you (I didn’t have luck with it🙁)
      I hope you get some relief. Don’t get frustrated. Just keep modifying and moving! As long as you’re doing something you’ll keep getting results (this coming from a former personal trainer😉). I feel your pain sister! Literally!

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        Thank you!. Do you know what the laser treatment is called?

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          Private  |  Naples, Fl, Usa

          It’s called class 4 laser light force

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      Private  |  Calgary, Alberta, Canada

      Hey, I’m a Physician. Had de Quervains in my L wrist. I’m much improved. Would suggest:
      1. Wear a wrist support during exercise.
      2. Modify the exercises to avoid wrist flexion/extension. Zu uses the Dumbbells with her fit slide so try that. It made a difference for me
      3. Keep on doing physio exercises (Google search online); would not recommend a spica brace unless you’ve got an acute inflammation and severe pain with movement. If that’s the case, wear brace but not for more than a week or your mobility gets compromised
      4. Try a cortisone injection. It really helped me until I managed more strength and wrist alignment
      5. Surgery is last resort. My buddy who is also a Hand Surgeon says it’s an easy fix but comes with 2 weeks of no exercise and wrist support. Not for me if I can avoid it
      Good luck!

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        Thank you for the input. So with exercise and alignment I’m hoping it will heal.

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          Private  |  Jura, France

          instead of using dumbbells, I use yoga blocks to put my hands on, I guess thick books could work too. Just the palm in a corner and all fingers get into the sides of the block .I find it much comfortable than using dumbbells. Though I don’t have DQ, sometimes I need a change of alignement in my wrists. My R metacarp is sore and I changed my computer mouse (an ergo mouse…computer touch-pads are the worse, as well as knitting cables) and try to hold my steering wheel also differently. Everything adds up.

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      Private  |  Hamburg, Germany

      I recommend to look after a good Chiropractor, I have one here in Germany from the USA and he is great, a little bit crazy but great. And it changed so much for me. To explain Chiropractic will take too long but just look it up. It makes a different. Besides I´m a Doctor/ Surgeon, so it has nothing to do with voodoo or so and I´m learning it right now. Just give it a try.

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    Private  |  Mumbai, India

    Can we Please remove This ‘recent comments’ section, at least for mobile Version? It takes ages to scroll down to The actual post and there is not really any advantage to it. I don’t Need the food diary post there as well. Less is better.

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    Private  |  Washington, DC, USA

    Brutal!

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    Private  |  Canada

    Awesome!!!! Love anything jumprope 🙂

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