Tag: jump rope

Jump Rope HIIT Workout #1

Hi this is Tim Haft and Shana Brady from Punk Rope and we’re excited to show you Punk Rope workout #1 which is a combination of five jump rope moves and five calisthenics…with an emphasis on upper body strength…at least through the calisthenics. So today’s workout features 30 seconds of work followed by 15 seconds

Jump Rope Science Fun

so today I am going to talk about how you might improve the jump rope and the first question it comes to mind is well what’s wrong with a jump rope? And I’m going to tell you two reasons why the jump rope has room for improvement. The first reason is that there is a

Learn the Jump Rope X-Cross + 180º Turn

Hi this is Tim Haft with Shana Brady from Punk Rope and here we are at the Stuyvesant Town fitness playground. There’s snow on the ground but that’s not going to stop us. Shana is going to show you the x-cross into a 180-degree turn. So she’s initiating with a forward turn. That’s the x-cross

Jump Rope to Improve Strength

Hi this is Tim Haft with Shana Brady from Punk Rope at East River Park and Shana is going to show you three of our favorite rope jumping moves to improve strength. Yeah, there you go the big guns. So the first one is a single leg jump which focuses mostly on calf strength and

The Jump Rope Backward Cross (2016)

Hi this is Tim and Shana from Punk Rope. We’re here to show you the backwards cross which is a really cool step that’s wonderful for coordination. It’s also great for all the other fitness aspects that rope jumping is always good for but it’s particularly challenging for most people: a) because of the backwards

Learn the Jump Rope Crossover Swing

Hi this is Tim Haft with Shana Brady from Punk Rope and today we’re going to show you the crossover swing—the one-armed version—which is essentially a figure eight. It’s a great resting move and also improves dexterity of the wrist. There is some elbow and shoulder motion but even so quite a bit of wrist