Jump Rope Training – Learn How To Jump Like a Boxer

Here on JRV we tend to focus a lot more on the sport of Jump Rope rather than jumping rope as a training tool for other sports. However, there are probably many more people that jump rope strictly for exercise than there are people who compete in jump rope tournaments. Jump Rope is an excellent training tool for all other sports. Boxers in particular love to use jump rope as part of their training. It’s quite simply the best exercise there is. It’s great for improving foot work and for conditioning arms and legs. Not to mention that it burns calories crazy fast.

This is a great video of a workout by Boxing expert Ross Enamait from RossTraining.com. In the article that accompanies this video, Ross gives some nice tips on rope selection. He suggests using wrist weights instead of weighted ropes. He also breaks down some of the tricks he does in the video. The aesthetics of these tricks aren’t important. This isn’t a jump rope tournament or a performance. The goal is to get an intense workout, not to make it look pretty. I don’t think I’ve seen a jump rope workout more intense than this.

This is guaranteed to melt some fat in a hurry:

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Jump Rope is a Great Training Exercise for Boxing

For a long time there has been a strong link between jumping rope and boxing. Jump rope is an excellent cross training and conditioning tool for nearly any sport. Boxers like it because it also helps with their agility and coordination. Undefeated boxing champ Floyd Mayweather Jr. uses jump rope as part of his workout out routine. This jump rope video from Expert Village talks a little about why jumping rope is an important part of any boxers workout.

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