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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Rope Skipping with Fitness Pro Lyen Wong

Lyen Wong is a fitness competitor and personal trainer with an impressive resume. Some of her accomplishments include being 2005 NAC Miss Universe and German national fitness champion in 2005 and 2006. She is in amazing shape, and includes jump rope as part of her workout, as seen in this video.

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Model Fitness: A Jump Rope Workout Is Great Exercise

Here’s more proof that jump rope is a great exercise. In this video, Kim walks us through her jump rope workout routine. Kim is a Ford fitness model and is obviously in great shape. Whatever she’s doing must work.

It’s important for you to note that she keeps the tricks in her workout rather simple. In fact all of the tricks she does are considered basic jump rope skills. You don’t have to know how to do advanced tricks in order to get a good workout. Just basic bounce, side straddles (which Kim calls “jumping jacks”) and criss crosses are all you need to get a pretty thorough workout. However, you don’t have to stop there. One of the great things about jump rope is the literally infinite variety of tricks you can do. There will never be a point when you run out of new tricks to challenge you. Just take a look around at all of the jump rope videos on this site, and you will see new and unique things in each and every video.

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