Hi this is Tim and Shana from Punk Rope. It’s January 12th and it’s 64 degrees in New York City but there’s no global warming. Don’t worry about that. The only thing you have to worry about is a jump rope and today’s workout which involves resistance tubing. This is tubing from SPRI and Shana’s
The jump rope straddle, one of our favorite intermediate rope jumping steps, looks a lot like a jumping jack. That’s going to be the focus of this video. We’ve got Shana Brady from Punk Rope and I’m Tim Haft and we’re going to begin with the rope on the ground as always. So starting in
Jump rope taps: one of our favorite one-legged moves, essentially a one-legged jump with a coordination challenge where you’re using the other leg to strike the ground. It’s almost like percussion. It’s really fun actually. So you’re looking at Shana Brady from Punk Rope and I’m Tim Haft and the subject of this video is
This is Shana Brady, director training for Punk Rope, and she’s going to demonstrate the scissors step and then we’ll break it down for you. There’s the scissors from the front and now from the side and you notice it’s just swapping positions of the feet with a slight bend of the knee. Let’s break
In jump rope there are seven deadly sins that most beginners commit—some commit all of them—and that’s what we’re going to cover in this video: how to recognize them and how to fix them. This is Tim Haft with Shana Brady from Punk Rope and we’re excited to share with you what we’ve learned over
Hi we’re with Shana Brady, Punk Rope’s director of training. Shana is going to show you the side swing into the jump, one of the great transition moves to make sure that you can smoothly go from a resting phase into a jumping phase. So she’s got her elbows into her ribs, her hands are
This is Shana Brady, Punk Rope’s director of training. We’re at Coney Island in front of the old Dreamland roller rink on a beautiful summer day. Shana is going to show you how to do the arm cross. Okay first of all it’s a two-step move. She’s going to begin with a basic bounce. Elbows
The stagger step: one of the more effective beginner steps where one foot is slightly in front of the other. That will be the focus of this video. So you’re looking at Heather Wagner and I’m Tim Haft from Punk Rope. And Heather’s showing you the stagger step but she’s going to back it up
This is Shana Brady, the director of training for Punk rope. She’s going to show a side swing. Notice the hands are moving in a figure eight like fashion. She’s going to bring a hand behind the back and trap the rope under her feet. That’s a back to front cross…with a jump…and a catch.
Hi everybody this is Tim Haft with Shana Brady, Punk Rope’s director of training. She’s going to show you some jump rope challenges. After you’ve mastered the basic bounce you don’t want to just jump in place. That gets boring. So here we’re going to start with the basic bounce. We’re going to travel forward.