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The jump rope is an awesome tool to help you burn calories and get your body Summer-ready. In this article you’ll learn how to calculate calories burned when jumping rope, have access to our Jump Rope Calories Burned Calculator, and learn a couple alternatives to jumping rope. These Jump Rope HIIT Workouts Will Torch Fat. May 3, 2019 milan2099 Getty Images.

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Your goal is to work up to 50 to 100 repetitions for each exercise and to jump rope continuously for 30 minutes without taking a break.

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Jumping rope regularly improves endurance, agility, and coordination and helps keep bones strong while burning as many calories as cycling.

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Until the body adjusts to jumping rope it is very easy to exceed the aerobic threshold and work in the anaerobic range.

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You know about the jump rope, but for a rebounder, you can store it under your bed, pull it out, and do mini joint-safe cardio sessions by hopping and jumping on it for the allotted time.

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  • my diet is shit, too! �� that’s why I kept watching! congrats girl and im motivated now because ive lost all motivation with gyms closed��

  • I bought two sets of ropes from Crossrope and I’ve been absolutely lazy since my mouth surgery but no more! I’m coming to 30 minutes a day until I’m back in shape. I have to get Air Force ready.

  • Thankyou so much…i used to be always overwhelned by 20+ minute workout..but this turned out to be great for me..also this channel needs more subscribers..i am definitely going to share this

  • i been jump roping every morning for 1 hour with squats & arm exercises for 9 weeks now & i lost a total of 15 pounds so far also i became pescatarian months before this & i do Intermittent Fasting from 12pm 7pm

  • I did 1000 jump ropes and eating diet food for 3 days and I lost 3.2kg. After that I feel like dying everytime I’m walking ������

  • this workout is so amazing and it have been helping me in my weight lost journey! Thank you so much; sending love from brazil������

  • I have been jumping rope for about 2 months. I decided to do this because I lost my mom the last year and I am mentally sad. So, I woke up one day and I promised me to do something to help me.

    My routine: 20 sets of 30 seconds jumps 10 seconds rest each one’s.

    The results: Besides the great benefits on my overall health and spirit, I have lost 5 Kgs = 11 pounds in total. I am more active now and, I am dealing in a positive way to drive my lost.

    *This is with not diet. Just by jumping 5 days a week.

    I’m so happy to have added it to my daily routine.

  • It’s a great exercise. Now I can only exercise in my room. No need to go to the gym. I just want to know how many calories you burn in this exercise??
    Thank you soooooo much ������

  • I just started jumping rope last week and I feel so good. Also I WISH I looked like you at your starting weight. I’m shaped like a damn honeydew lmao

  • Each day I jump rope for twenty 30-second intervals six days a week just to prepare for these twelve 2-minute intervals on Sunday morning. This is an amazing workout and I get happy after I get through the burpees. Lol

  • Going to start jump roping from tomorrow on (9 july 2020)
    If any one is interested, I will give updates here on this comment or maybe I will even make a video on my youtube channel every 30 days if I see people would like that.
    I want to do it 30 minutes a day (about 2000 skips).
    I bought my rope today, did a try out today and from tomorrow I will officially track my progress.
    My current weight is 55KG (121 pounds) and I am 158 cm (5’2 feet). I just want to see what happens to my body if you I do it almost everyday:D Personally i think i have 5 kg too much on my body. I am a quite little person haha
    So excited:D xxx

  • Good job you also did an amazing job filming this video I love how you show everything and don’t leave anything out thank you so much for this ������

  • A quick tip: scientifically there is a way which you can burn more calories on any sport and that is vitamin D so its good to do your training under the sun like walking or jump rope or bicycle

  • Wow! I just tried this and it’s awesome! Sweating buckets as I’m only 6 weeks into jump roping. I managed to keep up and it’s the longest time I’ve done! I was doing 15 mins before and thought I would struggle with this. The recovery time does help a lot!

  • Just finished this workout! Pretty awesome �� Would you recommend lifting weights in the mornings and doing your jump roping at nights?

  • love this ❤ perfect simple routine.
    for anyone wondering i burned around 380 kcal (regular rope, different styles).
    however, as @ThePhoenixmovement says… it’s not about burning calories. it’s about fun and enjoyment. and this is fun as hell! ��

  • I will try this and keep you guys updated.

    Starting weight:70kg

    Day 1 68.8kg
    pretty difficult. Have to take breaks but I did it��
    Day 2 68 kg☺️ I was really hard because I lost motivation
    Day 3 68kg ��
    Day 4 67.7kg��
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  • Wow! This is a really good excercise for improving posture ������that was the biggest change I noticed in your body in the after photos. I need to try this! I think I can if you can ��

  • Hi Winter! Hubby and I just did this together. I couldn’t access your website to workout on my tablet or phone because the site thinks I’m a robot or something. I put in the access code to verify I’m human, but it didn’t work. I think there’s something wrong with my browser for Safari and Chrome. I hope I can fix it. Luckily, I found this workout today. Thank you for a fun workout.✌️❤️

  • Can i do this everyday? Or is to dangerous for your body to do it everyday? Can you use a normal Jumprope or do you have to use does heavy ones?

  • He didn’t mention how many months it took him to become a professional Rope jumper before starting the 10week rope jump transformation

  • What is the benefit of jumping a rope? Does it burn fat in the legs or not? Does it build muscles and does not increase the length or not. Please reply

  • Lol dude im so sorry for laughing but… girl you were really struggling in the beginning tho…lmao that ish kills me
    But you hella dope for keeping it 100������

  • Best Jump Rope

  • Did you cover your face in the before pictures but we’re watching your video soooooo we kinda know who you are… ������ I’m really confused about that. Makes me think the before is not you or something. Weird.

  • How did you start off so well at it. I started and I am sore and my whole body aches. I will go at it again tomorrow. I’m inspired. Thanks

  • my crush @ 6:57…Helen its people like you who help people get fit and motivate them…truly loved the way you presented the video…love from India

  • Today was my first attepmy attempt at doing this video.It looked hella easy but the forward straddle i didnt know how to do so i had go look up a video on it..its by far the hardest one for me to do and i cant go full 30 sec without tangling lol.I took about a 5 mins break after round 3 cause i was tired and felt like my heart rate wasn’t decreaseing in the 1 min break.By round 5 i was weak and felt like i couldnt jump anymore wasnt making the 30 sec in any.Im proud i reached to the end tho.
    Im goin to do this for 2 weeks and come back with an update.

  • Nice workout, really sweaty, but according to my Garmin I burnt 205 calories. Anyway, one of my favourite WODs to burn some calories. Thank you!

  • Hi ive been jumping rope for 12 weeks now everyday for 30 to 40 minutes I started at 156 lbs now I’m 147.5 I’m 5 7 a’d I still have the last 3 pound of stubborn fat in my lower stomach and it obviously makes me feel sick about myself.. My question is how did u reach flat stomach did u take vitamin 2 or any other supplement please let me know??

  • Great inspirational video, I will definitely add into my goal. I want to achieve my body Target. I will make body abs in great shape by this. Thanks for your video.

  • I wish I could jump for longer time. i tangle every 10 seconds… I dont know if it is normal. I started using the jump rope a week ago ����‍♀️

  • It’s summer holidays and I have no excuse not to do this except for my laziness. I aim to do this for at least 14 days, and we’ll see how it goes:
    Day 1 (16/7/2020): Done, found the workout a bit easy to be honest. Not sure if I should change to something more difficult?
    Day 2 (17/7/2020):

  • Started my weight loss journey with skipping and proper diet. Willl update this section every week. My goal is to reduce 12kgs by 3 months/90 days. 2000 jumps per day.

    June 986.6kgs
    June 1286 kgs
    June 1983.60 kgs
    26 June= 82.50 kgs
    3 July= 82.20kgs
    10 July= 82.20kgs
    17 July= 80.15kgs
    24 July= 79.95 kgs
    31 July= 79.15 kgs
    7 Aug= 78.55 kgs
    14 Aug= 78.80 kgs
    21 Aug = 76.90 kgs
    27 Aug=
    3 sep=
    10 sep=

  • I m starting from tomorrow…if not 6 lbs i hope to lose at least 3 lbs. Cuz i don’t eat junk food nd my mom wouldn’t allow to make any changes in my diet. But the thing is i can’t weigh myself bcus of lockdown

  • Congratulations on your results.
    Please try jumping rope along with the chloe tings Shred or abs challenge.
    I’m currently doing 45mins(3,500jumps) of jumping rope daily as warm up before doing the chloe ting’s abs challenge along with the 20/4 IF.
    The results are amazing and I’m only on day 6.
    PS: I’ve always loved jumping rope and did it for fun.
    I only started doing it as a form of workout this year.

  • I know some people love to do crossovers, double unders, single leg hops, etc..But I’ve had great success just keeping it simple.

    I’ll do normal single unders at a fast pace (250 per min) for 4 min, rest a min, and repeat as many rounds as I can until I tap out.

    I’ve never cared about being a jump rope master or doing cool tricks/routines. Only concerns are calorie burn and building endurance.

  • Your rope is too long. That’s why you’re having trouble with your form and aren’t able to single jump. Also you shouldn’t jump no more than 2 inches from the ground.

  • Fair and square no muscle-monster who did 20 yrs+ of high-voltage power-lifting talking rubbish but a regular guy on his personal journey. Great!

  • I’m a beginner (started this week) but one thing I noticed was I feel way more motivated when I count my jumps and do 100 jumps ten times (10 sets) rather than when I use a timer and do 20 mins. I feel like time just doesn’t pass when I’m watching the clock, I want to give up around 10 mins and just feel exhausted. But when I count my jumps and do 10 sets of 100 jumps it takes me around 45 mins total but somehow it feels easier and I actually enjoy it

  • Hi…m 36yrs female and have dis exercise recommended for me? And also Is it going to put pressure on uterus?
    Please help mam

  • This video really inspired me. I thought I could not do it but I just did it…I just did the jump rope challenge for 2 weeks on my channel and I kilt it!!! I loss an amazing amount a weight and I havent jumped in like 20yrs… I took on this challenge and dominated it!!! You are the bomb!!!

  • Nooo this guy is a gentle liar. He replay the training process over and over to make this video. Anyway i try to finish it. Yahh..
    some waterfall around….

  • When the rope whips your arms, legs and butt it doesn’t hurt any more when your used to it the real pain is when it hits your fingers or your face

  • Under my personal control, my student lost 103 kg of excess weight (from 230 kg to 127 kg) in just 8 months!!! And in parallel, this result, which has no analogues in the whole world, was achieved by increasing the overall strength and endurance of his body!!!
    I clarify: during 8 months, no one else in the world has managed to lose 103 kg of excess weight and at the same time acquire excellent sports form!!!
    I offer you a telecast (sorry, not in English), where from 6 min 28 sec those moments, when he was 230 kg and when he became 127 kg are shown: 386s
    I also offer additional video, the so-called. “way to 127 kg”:

  • I only have one problem, which is I don’t know how to jump rope, so I jump without a rope and I don’t know if it’s still effective and will I see a difference in my body.

  • I do 20 minutes skipping and m trying to eat less.. I can’t eat only veggies nd fruits… But i try my best to eat less food.. So can i lose weight by following such routine?? And how much time it would take to lose around 5 or 8 kgs?

  • Hey i started in late march at 198 today i was 184 keep in mind i just started being consistent june 19th and i weighted 191 these last two days i lost all motivation and started to binge since I’ve been stuck at 184 for over a week

  • I started jump rope 3 days and my legs, calf’s and both feet hurt I had to stretch for one day. But I’m back at it and determined to crack this and be good at it! Great video thanks for the tips!!

  • Okay I know that I am VERY late so idek if people are even gonna see this comment. Nevertheless, does it matter if the jump rope is weighted or not? I only have one that’s not weighted:( but I’m gonna try anyway. I’m gonna try to go for longer than two weeks but I’m only gonna récord two weeks on here.

    Height: 5’3 5’4 (Like a year ago I was told that I was almost 5’4 so that’s why I think it’s possible that I’m 5’4 now)

    Starting weight: 114lb

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  • I do 100 skips a day. But the longest i can do is 50 straight skips. I guess i was doing it wrong. For a beginner is it alright if i do
    20 secs skip
    10 secs rest
    Im still not sure abt the sets

  • Amazing one! I really enjoyed this circuit! This is being my very first day doing it, for I have gained some belly fat and, I will be doing this for 3 times a week and according to my first time, I will have a flat belly in one month. Thank you very much for sharing this. God bless you.

  • Yes girl. Im beginning of jumping, day 3 tomorrow and I agree with everything you are doing and saying as far as how sore you are. I am doing 1:30 of jumping and 35 secs rest x 15. Im dead at the end but this video helps! Congrats girl!!

  • I want to comment to say thanks to this video owner. I do this video, twice a day for 3 weeks. (Sometimes, tired so I cheat by do only 20s instead 30s one time. Sometimes, bored so I skip.) Plus my diet: less rice, eat pumpkin and sweet potato, eat some meat, fish, veg. Now I lost 2,5 kgs = 5,5 pounds. I will continue and update my progress here. (16Aug20). Thank a ton.

  • I am doing this every 3 times a week and it works!!

    One suggestion. Cod you edit the video so it includes a BELL SOUND at every change of exercise/rest? We can’t keep looking at the screen for 35 mins.

  • love thiiiiss! making me sweat fun haha love the pace:)
    currently do not have abs weigh about 147lbs, goal is just 10lbs down with abs!!
    Day 1jun 20: only did about 11 min, workout 10min ab vid too! this is already improving my posture!!
    Day 2jun 21: today i’m only doing 17:36, also did 10min ab vid with a couple min of lifting weights.
    Day 3 jun22: hell yeah! completed the full thing today! really love sweating haha, also completed 10min ab workout and couple min of lifting!! feeling great:)) i started off a little exhausted but nope pushed through it hehehe
    Day4 jun23: finished all 28min letsgoooo. later in the day yesterday did like 2 ab workouts and a stretch workout. Think that should be good enough:)) in total maybe like around 50min of exercise. Feeling good. Got better at jumping! Now it’s just all about the mind hahah. Also not seeing improvement physically yet but I’ll get there!!
    Day5 jun24: today i started with a 30min all body workout. That turned out to be a greatttt warm up. Sweated a bit but after finishing this today all the vid I’m sweating even more shhjs love it!! I can say today i’m very proud cuz i did them back to back and seriously feel happy about it!! letsgoooo! I really want to be healthier and strive to having abs. let’s keep going! also woke up a bit sick today thought I should rest but I’d feel guilty so nope! edit: added a 45 min workout today.
    Day 6 jun 25: rest day
    Day7 jun26: rest day
    Day 8 jun27: tried jump roping today but body too sore and unmotivated to jump however i did a HIIT 30min all body workout much better and should be back on the grind after resting!!
    Day 9 jun28: finished 30min jumping today!! rested fro two days to recover:)) at first I felt a little guilty for stopping but it’s okay now becaue now i know I really needed that break for my body to recover. Right now i’m about to do a 30min HIIT all body workout. update when i finish with that. Also I’m glad to be a little be recuperated now i’m back to work yuppp! edit: i did finish the 30min workout so total 1hr workout
    Day 10 jun29: rested but mostly forgot to workout T.T
    Day 11 jun30: did 30min all body HIIt workout
    Day 12 jun 31: just finished all jumping 30min. currently 4:27 am loool. should probably do some ab workouts. also weighed myself today went down a pound but that’s usually how it fluctuates i’m just now trying to make it permanent. also when I would write these in I would usually slouch but not now hahha unconsciously getting better.
    day 13 Aug 1: skip
    Day14 Aug 2: walked 2.2 something miles
    End of 2 weeks Start over work harder
    Day 1Aug 3: Wow oh my goodness I just weighed myself and it said 145.2 Ibs, lost 2 pounds:)) healthy amount yea
    Aug 17, 2020… just weighed myself 142, lowest i’ve weighed but need to eat more and exercise more

  • Me encanta esta rutina, la estoy haciendo por 6 dias a la semana, pero tambien me gustaria algun tipo de dieta para poder perder mas peso. Eso estaria increible.

  • Hey guys here’s a proof
    April: my weight was 89kg
    May: 79 kg
    June: 74 kg

    I jumped everyday except sunday 2000 times
    I’m very happy now
    Feeling confident

  • For some reason it’s hard to believe this.Ive been jumping ropes everyday for 6months,3000 jumps in 30mins,I’ve seen just a little change.So what I’m i doing wrong?I basically eat Veges and pasta.

  • Me encantan tus rutinas….lo haces en tiempo real, y yo lo lo hago contigo…y eso me motivan a seguir..un fuerte abrazo y saludo desde Argentina����

  • Hii..can jump rope reduce chest fat and love handles..?
    And I started a jump rope 15 days ago & now I make 1500 hundreds..
    And my waight is 86 kg..So how long will it take me to lose weight…
    .give me ans pls..

  • I’ve jumped rope everyday for two months. I started doing it for fun, then noticed my legs and arms were toning up. ❤️��. Yesterday I did 45 mins (stopping here and there of course)

  • This much of sweating my mom do when she works in kitchen ����
    But she really works hard for my family same as you are doing for fitness ��

  • I feel like I have more of an advantage when it cons to jump roping then others sing win still a child. There are people like “I haven’t jump roped in 15+ years. I’m over here like…I think it’s been 5? And I always at least jumped once a year just to see how it was

  • Had to stop at 25 minutes and take a ten minute break, sure I did not burn the required calories. I jump rope for thirty minutes with another channel but the jump rope lasts one minute on and thirty secs off

  • The workout was good. But I don’t feel like I’ve burnt 600 calories. Also, if I do the same workout without a jump rope, will the results be the same?

  • Hello everyone, you can find the jump rope you need for this exercise from the link I wrote. I hope you will be satisfied with the fully steel rope and pvc coated adjustable jump rope, moreover it is only 10 usd.https: //

  • I had been doing exercise since less than 2 months now. I weigh 84.9kgs when I started, first month I lose 2kgs then it stop. I looked for another alternative exercise that I could do and found this one������ Hoping it would help me.
    Currently: 82.7kgs
    Goal: 60kgs����

  • Thank you so much for the encouragement, I started jump roping, today is my third day, it’s true about the 3rd day, the pain, Jesus is Lord but I am video documenting this journey on my channel BRENDAH THE GUINEA PIG, I am not doing OMAD but rather intermittent fasting 20:4, hope I lose some.

  • Okay im gonna try this for 2 weeks, im on low carb diet too, i’ll keep you guys update!
    Starting weight: 103 lbs
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  • Did you do that for like non stop 10 mins?? Mann I’m motivated to do this!! I did jump rope for maybe a week and a half and my height did increase by 2cms! That was amazingggggg!
    I’m motivated by you Danielle �� thank you so much ❤️

  • I really love your video!! It’s amazing to see the little changes that happened:) I just had a question and this is open for anyone too but I am a bit overweight and on the muscular side. I have been jump roping 1000 times for the past 10 days now and I can definitely see my arms being more defined and my waist seems to have shrunken, however, I am discouraged because I have not lost that much weight even with a planned diet. I am afraid jump roping will only make me more muscular rather than leaner but I hope that is not the case because I really enjoy jumping over other exercises:'(

  • Welcome! Lots of people asking for what I did to achieve the results. 30-60 minutes jumping rope every single day! Diet didn’t change much, just cut out pasta and fast food. How about some routines to follow?!
    Start here if you are a beginner (Jump Rope for Beginners Jump Rope Setup and Workout):
    A little more advanced with these routines, but you can still do them!
    Incorporating jump rope routines with body weight exercises:

  • Is jumping rope plus bodyweight enough to cut fat? I have taken an off from weight training for few weeks. Of course with diet on point! I wonder if I will lose strength without weight training!

  • I don’t mean to demotivate anyone, but two weeks of jump rope is not going to change your life and make you defined and shit, I’m saying this only because people expect fat loss and definition to happen much sooner than it actually does, it takes time, keep at it! Good luck everyone, stay fit and take care!

  • I JUST posted my month long jump rope challenge so I know first hand that this wasn’t easy �� love the results and keep up the good work! ����

  • I think you already looked good. And please keep the mustache, it looks aaaawesome. And BTW. I’m straight. Those double unders and crossovers are amazing.

  • Sooo good I just started myself and I’m down 3 lbs in a few days… just going as long as I can not counting jumps… I started off with 25 min I’m up to 35 min

  • I was doing it but I gave up only after 1 minutes and 30 secondes. Ist sooo hard. I will start again tomorrow and try to make them all. Thank you for your help

  • I just saw a YouTube video by a girl name Precious Kisses and she lose like 11lbs doing this… Yall are BOSS. Now I’m thinking.. Because the way she did it was soooo freakin real!!! Yall got me ��

  • I watched other 2 week challenge start 3 week challenge jump rope for overweight people and they always stop after the challenges is over just to get those clicks and likes so they are being PHONIES. BUT since you’re incorporating this into your regular lifestyle good for you. It’s a win, win situation.

  • I will be going in the Academy soon & a lot of running is required so I would like to know if jumping rope will help with running? Also how many days a week should I jump rope? Thank you in advance ����

  • I just love to see you..and specially when you were doing jump rope..I usually do 2000 jump rope a day of 500 in one round total 4 round..

  • This is so inspiring!! Going to start jump roping from tomorrow on (9 july 2020)
    If any one is interested, I will give updates here on this comment or maybe I will even make a video on my youtube channel every 30 days if I see people would like that.
    I want to do it 30 minutes a day (about 2000 skips).
    I bought my rope today, did a try out today and from tomorrow I will officially track my progress.
    My current weight is 55KG (121 pounds) and I am 158 cm (5’2 feet). I just want to see what happens to my body if you I do it almost everyday:D Personally i think i have 5 kg too much on my body. I am a quite little person haha
    So excited:D xxx

  • I JUST posted my month long jump rope challenge so I know first hand that this wasn’t easy �� love the results and keep up the good work! ����

  • thank you for sharing day 1, it was so funny i was literally dying in my room it made my day x today was my first day too lets just hope i keep this up and get better:)

  • Thank you so much for this awesome video. The timing and everything is great. I loss 2 kg for 4 days + eat clean. Befor this i did workout for several months but no change on my body weight. Only affected my body fat. Thank you so much! Keep inspiring and sharing things like this! You guys awesome!

  • When I first jumped rope a few years ago I remember that my calves got really big for about 2-3 weeks but then got really slim and toned after that. So I would say that what you gained was water weight that will shred soon if you continue and will reveal toner muscles underneath.

  • Your stomach is already flat though…anyway i’m going to do this for about a month though cs i had already started and i’ll update you guys

  • I’ll be sharing my jump rope journey here (14 day) and hopefully I remember to update everyday. I can’t be bothered measuring parts of my body, but I’ll take note of how my stamina/endurance improves, and visible changes in my body.

    Feel free to ask questions.

    Background information that might be helpful (can skip if you want):
    I would consider my upper part of my body fairly skinny, however, I have a little bit of fat on my stomach
    My lower body is quite “meaty” lmao, I have huge thighs (NO thigh gap) and people have told me my legs look muscular
    Unfortunately, my fitness levels aren’t great at all because I BARELY exercise (I’m super lazy) and get out of breath from running up the stairs (please don’t judge). I’m unfit.
    My diet is quite unhealthy but lately I’ve been trying to fix it, the amount I eat depends on my mood/the food.
    My jump rope skills are quite good, I’m still young so I remember a few tricks:)

    Jump rope journey:
    Attempting to cut out the amount of food I have (avoiding having snacks and eating more fruits and vegetables [this will be SUPER HARD for me])
    Drinking 2L of water everyday
    Using weighted ropes (200g weight on each handle)
    The link above is what I follow to stretch BEFORE and AFTER jumping rope. I also do a few back stretches (because my posture is bad I have lower back pain), calf stretches, x20 squats and x10 lunges.

    Advice (Things I have learnt):
    Do not exercise after you eat (I often exercise two hours after) or you will get a horrible stitch like me which is not fun when you’re exercising.
    If you are a beginner like me who has not exercised in a long time, DO NOT PUSH YOURSELF TOO MUCH. I overestimated by body and did x30 sets and experienced HORRIBLE stomach pains the day after that lasted for three days which prevented me from continuing
    Listen to your body. Do not overwork yourself too much. Muscle soreness can be a good sign, but joint pain is not good. It’s ok to take a break.

    Day 1:
    Basic jumps
    20 secs on
    10 secs off
    x15 sets
    Found it super difficult, I was out of breath on the 3rd set lmao and kinda cheated (staying in one position opposed to skipping) because I was so tired:((

    Day 2:
    Basic jumps
    20 secs on
    10 secs off
    x15 sets
    I woke up and my muscles weren’t sore or anything, I felt amazing. Day 2 felt the same as Day 1.

    Day 3:
    Basic jumps
    20 secs on
    10 secs off
    x15 sets
    I woke up with my left calf pretty sore, but besides that everything else was ok. I felt so much stronger already on Day 3 (being very honest), I lasted much longer (was able to get through the exercise without cheating at all and jump roping properly except for 2 sets:p)

    Day 4:
    Basic jumps
    20 secs on
    10 secs off
    x15 sets
    I think my body is become used to it, I woke up with no aching today. Day 4 was easier than Day 1 and 2, but more difficult than Day 3. Maybe I had more energy on Day 3..but overall, I got through it quickly with a break at the x10 set mark.:))

    Day 5:
    Basic jumps
    20 secs on
    10 secs off
    x15 sets
    My right shoulder was aching when I woke up. I found today fairly easy and I didn’t sweat as much. I don’t know if I have improved for the past few days as I got pretty tired quickly, however I challenged myself by doing it intensely so that might be the reason why. No visible changes in my body, I haven’t been doing well in terms of fixing my diet.:((

    Day 6:
    Basic jumps
    20 secs on
    10 secs off
    x18 sets
    My right shoulder still aches but besides that the rest of my body is doing well. I had a busy day today, so I was already tired when I started jump roping today, however I increased the sets by x3 (6 minutes total jump roping). I really do feel as if my stamina has improved so much since the beginning as even when I was constantly jumping intensely, I wasn’t so exhausted nor sweat as much. I honestly feel like I can do so many more sets but I’m scared that of muscle soreness that’ll prevent me from continuing:(. I took an extra 30 second break on the x11 set mark. If you’re starting this journey DO NOT GIVE UP!!! At first I thought it’d take forever for my stamina to improve but I can already notice a difference yayyyy:D

    Day 7:
    Basic jumps
    20 secs on
    10 secs off
    x21 sets
    Increased by x3 sets, My right shoulder still aches:((. Lol i was really planning on skipping a day because I had a super busy day and felt tired, but i didn’t want to disappoint you guys lmao. I got through it smoothly, took a 1min break at the 11min mark. When I first tried jump roping, I tried 30 sets and I definitely feel as if even though I did 21 sets today, I still managed to stay consistent with the number of jumps I did and lasted much longer so definitely an improvement. No visible changes, but i dont expect it because im only skipping for 7mins lol. Keep going guys!

    Day 8:
    Basic jumps
    20 secs on
    10 secs off
    x24 sets
    Also felt super tired today, my right shoulder ache was gone when I woke up so i’m guessing my body is slowly getting used to it. Increased set by x3, and i sweated a little towards the 20th set i think. My feet kind of hurt which is unusual, and my left calf has a little soreness after jump roping. No changes in my body, I haven’t been successful at fixing my diet whoops but once I build up to 15mins total jump roping I guess i’ll be more motivated to change my diet lmao.

    Day 9:
    Basic jumps
    20 secs on
    10 secs off
    x27 sets
    My body didn’t ache at all when i woke up which was pretty surprising lmao. Increased by x3 sets (9 mins in total). Just finished jump roping and my feet ache�� but I’m super proud of myself that i pushed through when I felt like giving up at the 21st set:))) My stamina has definitely improved, tomorrow I might do 9 mins again or increase to 10 depending if my body aches or not:). Once again, no visible changes in body

    Day 10:
    Basic jumps
    20 secs on
    10 secs off
    x30 sets
    My body didn’t ache when I woke up and I increased it by x3 sets. Tbh I struggled alot today, I got tired fast, I’m not sure why but maybe it was because I had pizza for lunch and I find that having unhealthy foods make my energy burn alot faster. I took two breaks, one at the x15 set mark and x27 set mark. I went very intense and fast, I sweat alot lmaoo. Before I began day one I actually did x30 sets and got a really horrible ache that lasted for three days, and If i recall correctly it took me 22mins in total to get through it. Now, on day 10, it took me 17mins to get through it which I’m so proud of!!!!:DDD Hopefully I don’t get a cramp tomorrow, I’m pretty scared rip.

    Day 11:
    Basic jumps
    20 secs on
    10 secs off
    x30 sets
    My mindset wasn’t the best today, I’ve been struggling mentally and that affected my performance today. I decided to keep it at x30 sets today because I want to make my body accustomed to it before I push myself any further (I’ll probably stay at x30 sets for the next few days), It took me 19mins which was worse than yesterday, I guess that shows how mood can effect energy:(. I felt super tired early, I kinda cheated in a few sets (stayed in one spot), I took one break at the halfway mark. However my body doesn’t ache after jump roping like it did yesterday (maybe because I didn’t try so hard or my body is getting used to it).

  • Great work Queen Lets gooooooo! ��‍♀️���� 10 minutes of jump rope is equivalent to a 30 minute jog on the treadmill at 6.5 mph �� #JumpropeIsDope �� Do 10 sets of 100 jumps with a 30-60 second break between each set.

  • Ive tried doing jumping ropes but after a 20 i feel really tired so i stopped but after watching vid.. I think im going to try again.. Thank you for this!! ❤

  • I’ve been jumping rope for quite a long time now and I would like to say that for beginners this could be enough but by the looks of your body I could see that you already workout
    What I’m trying to say is that you could’ve done a lot more but just due to the thought that you’re just starting it and all didn’t make you push your limits
    To get a worthy effect, you should’ve jumped way more than you did
    But I’m just judging by what I’m seeing obviously I don’t know anything about you at all
    Would love to see another video where you’d actually push your limits to another level❤️

  • When I started jumping rope, I could do around 700 skips at a time (around 100 or 200 continuously, then a break). Then one day, I decided to challenge myself and did 1000.. Then the next day I did 2000.. I took a day’s break and then the next time I did 3000… (5 times jumping 200 skips and 20 times jumping 100 skips)..thats my maximum till now and would take me around 50 mins..
    I just wanna say that jumping rope really helped me get in shape and helped in increasing my stamina… I really hope it wasn’t that underrated..

  • Probably you won’t even see this message but how did you avoid loose skin? I’m worried I get loose skin if I lose more weight than expected

  • I’m really lazy to workout..I only do 1000 jump ropes in the morning… That’s it!! As gyms are closed I haven’t worked out for four months…I don’t know would that b enough or not

  • Excellent workout, i’ve just finish it and i gotta say it put me to sweatt! also it made me hate burpees a little less than i actually do.

  • I did 10minutes of this video and I practically died I will be doing it until I can finish the whole rutine. I love jump and I want to loose weight so the combination is per-fect!

  • Hi Ladies and Gentlemen, note Muscle weights more than fat, you may never actually lose weight (my point is: Fat can take up more space and weight the same as muscle, but muscle takes up lesser space in your body and can cause you to gain weight but know it allows you to be healthy)( also on this note, Not everyones results are going to be the same as anothers, don’t compare yourself, don’t weight yourself because it does nothing for your mentality)

    Where there is a Workout there is also the Nutritional requirements along side, fitness and nutrition work together well. (Got body goals, do it the right way first time around)

    Hi my name is Del-Anne, I’m a Fitness and Nutrition Coach, if you want help with the nutrition side to help your results (NOTE: having inadequate nutrition can actually do more damage than good, you don’t need to starve youself to reach your goals)

    (If you want to contact me to get some coaching in nutrition Don’t be afraid to comment below and I can give you the details to look me up, and/or get in contact)

  • Can i do 50 jump and then take a rest and then do 50 and take rest???? Is it gonna work with the rest between every 50jumps?? Or not?? Please answer me