Tag: Punk Rope

Why use a freestyle jump rope?

Hi this is Tim Haft and Shana Brady from Punk Rope. How are you guys doing? We got an email the other day from Miryana is Australia asking about our freestyle rope and what the differences are between that and other ropes and why you would use one. So that is the subject of today’s

Punk Rope Jumps Rope on CBS News

You got a chance to get outside this past weekend but the brutal winter has been forcing many of us into the gym and that can turn into a real advantage if you take the opportunity to shake up your routine. Today, a different kind of workout that’s more like recess than a fitness class.

Punk Rope Jumps Rope on MSN

Hi I’m Anna Lappé. Remember when you were a kid and you couldn’t wait to hear the recess bell ring knowing you’d be free to run around playing basketball, kickball, or my childhood favorite, Four Square? At what point did exercise become a chore? Here’s a fitness phenomenon that will bring back the kid in

Jump Rope Basics: Achieving the Perfect Arc

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

Learn To Jump Rope Faster

Hi this is Tim Haft with Jeremy Rafal, the bronze medalist in three-minute speed at the USA Jump Rope National Championship in the 30-49 age category and he’s just demonstrating the speed jumping technique. You’ll notice the alternating feet; very, very quick wrist motion, slight hunched over. There it is. Awesome speed, great technique. Thanks

Learn the Jump Rope Twisted Bell

Hi this is Tim and Shana from Punk Rope and Shana is going to show you the twisted bell combining two moves—the twister where the lower body goes one way and the upper body faces forward and the bell which is just a forward and back jump. We put the two of them together. Nice

Learn the Jump Rope Stagger Step

Hi this is Tim and Shana from Punk Rope and we’re going to show you the stagger step which is a precursor to moving the legs independently. Shana’s going to begin with a basic bounce: elbows in nice and tight, good posture, turn and jump. And then she has split her stance by simply sliding