Let’s have a little fun shall we? Anyone up for a little fun and challenge? Let’s see how long you need to finish 1,000 Jump Ropes!
PF Challenge -> 1,000 Jump Ropes
Workout Type -> Time Challenge
Exercises -> 1
Equipment -> a Jumping Rope
Rule: 1 jump = 1 count
I finished in 8 minutes and 25 seconds, still needs a lot of practice since I trip a lot, try it! and leave a comment below on your progress for this challenge.
It’s fun and easy to do, and it’s a good warm-up exercise.
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what the rule for the direction? I can do better with backwards and crossed backwards than the regular forward jumps.
mahirap po ito… last tuesday since umuulan nag workout po ako nito, hindi naman tuloy-tuloy… hanggang ngayon masakit pa ring shoulder ko… but for sure if you include this in your post-running session you will see the difference in due time… :-)
kailangan po ba tuloy tuloy yung count? or pag natrip ee back to one ang counting?
@rnb_soul: hindi naman, just count how long it takes to finish 1,000 jumps :)
hindi ko talaga kaya ang 1,000 jumps :-)
Kelangan b mbeat ung tym n banggit s itaas o qng gnun lng ktgal gwin ang 1,000 jumps ng bwat isang tao? Dti ngskipping rope kmi pra mwla ren ung fats s ktwan.
@[email protected]: no need to beat the time, put your own time here and try to improve on it as you practice more :)
Ah ok po.
wow 1,000 jump in 8+ minutes…hehehe..ako kaya?!
1,000 jumps in 8:25 is quite fast, more so, since you said you were tripping a lot. That’s about 2 jumps per second (120 per minute). Will try this one, but have to buy a jumping rope first. Tried jumping/skimping for a minute without a rope and 120 is doable. But jump rate will definitely be lower with a rope.