Hi this is Tim and Shana from Punk Rope and we’ve been asked by one of our YouTube subscribers to address an issue that’s pretty common and that is what happens when one hand dominates the turn. So most of us are dominant—either right or left—and obviously a much higher percentage are dominant with the
Hi this is Heather Wagner from Punk Rope. Tim is talking to you. We’re going to show you the broad jump with a rope but we’re going to start without the rope. Heather is going to show you some basic broad jumps which are great for explosive strength. So it’s a two-footed hop and a
Tim and Shana from Punk Rope. How are you all doing? Shana’s got the Beast heavy rope just shy of a pound and we’re using that so you get a better look at what’s going on. So we’re here to talk about the classic challenge of not using the wrists sufficiently to turn the rope
Hi this is Tim and Shana from Punk Rope and we are here to talk about a classic jump rope mistake which is dropping your hands. So as that rope comes over head the jumper will extend their arms and straighten the elbows and the rope will slam to the ground, bounce, and usually catch
Hi this is Tim and Shana from Punk Rope and we’re going to show you a drill and a jump called swing swing jump which is awesome for coordination and hand speed and reaction time. It’s also amazing for cardio and it’s low impact so I think it’s one of the best exercises there is.
So in this video we’re going to talk about injury prevention. The good news is there are not many injuries caused by rope jumping. It’s pretty rare. We’re happy to report that. However, you can get hurt doing just about anything. The first thing we want to talk about is the surface you jump on.
Hi this is Tim and Shana from Punk Rope and we’re at Otto’s Shrunken Head in the back room of one of New York City’s legendary music rooms. It’s a tiki bar but we’re going to jump rope and our topic today is that singles and doubles should look essentially identical. So Shana is going
So what are you wearing on your feet? We prefer flat soled sneakers with good cushioning in the forefoot. You can try basketball shoes, tennis shoes, or even indoor soccer shoes. Those are all good choices. It’s best to jump on a firm level surface like a wooden or carpeted floor, but you want to