January 15, 2020 HomeBlogWould You Rather: Jump Rope Vs Jogging Would You Rather: Jump Rope Vs Jogging By Herman Swinney Blog 100 Comments Tags:benefits of jump rope, how to lose weight jumping rope, is jogging bad for you, is jump rope safe?, jogging, jogging benefits, jogging injury, jump rope, jump rope benefits, jump rope dudes, jump rope fitness, jump rope for weight loss, jump rope hiit workout, jump rope vs, jump rope vs jogging, jump rope workout, jumping rope, skipping rope, skipping rope fitness, weight loss, would you rather, would you rather run vs jump rope, Zen dude fitness, zen dude fitness tutorial Related Posts “I’ve been dealing with obesity my whole life” -Jessica’s Story Fake Bungee Jump Prank – Belgian Bachelor Party Aqua Fit Exercise Class at LA Fitness About Author admin 100 Comments roberto caruso Why not jumping rope while running?! December 1, 2018 Reply dragomxsoldier Let's say that you focused more on jump rope and you get really good at it for example doing it faster and lasting longer but what about when you decide to have a run does all that improvement on jump rope transfers to lasting longer in jogging? December 6, 2018 Reply TUSHAR RAZDAN was waiting for this piece of info. December 11, 2018 Reply Yonnas Zeus Jump Rope vs Jogging a completely non bias comparison brought to you by the Jump Rope Dudes! December 11, 2018 Reply Wyv How about bike :O December 30, 2018 Reply Tim De smet I got shin splint from jumping rope. December 30, 2018 Reply EightySix Jogging in the same area gets boring so standing in one place jumping rope is a better alternative. Oh sorry you can jump rope anywhere, but you definitely can't run anywhere, not possible. January 1, 2019 Reply Jamie Roseman I prefer jump roping. It's much more fun and time goes by much faster especially with a playlist and some headphones. Jogging is great for fat loss and increasing your endurance. You also burn more fat throughout the day through running. Jumping rope can really stress for your knees and feet if you're not careful. I've experienced pain in my shins and feet from it before. But it can be avoided if you do it every other day January 3, 2019 Reply Trashbin2797 I do both, problem solve. January 4, 2019 Reply Bailey Anderson roast on jogging lol January 5, 2019 Reply zZoKo Good calves workout too 😀 January 6, 2019 Reply Jason Hammond Been jumping rope since I was 16-17 years old. Am now 36 years old, jumping rope is way better than jogging/Running. I can get my heart rate up faster with jumping rope, and hit that wall faster from jumping rope where I feel like I am going too puke!!! I love doing about 10-15 sets of 100 reps so between 1000 to 1500 skips of the rope. I have a background of martial arts judo and jiu jitsu, and I swim and bike as well. So I greatly understand the benefits of the different forms of cardio. I still stand firm on the belief that jumping rope is way better and superior to that of jogging or running. Lastly running screws up your joints, so there! January 8, 2019 Reply EDWARD G.y I'm runing 10km every day and i burn only 600calories … sad pepe January 10, 2019 Reply Austin Myers I will say I usually burn about 400-550 ish when I run for a solid 25-30 minutes, no stops. I can usually get 3.5-4 miles done in that time. Not sure if it’s because my terrain is up and down and not 100% flat. Last year I did start adding jump rope to my cardio and just fell in LOVE with it. I’m a huge cardio guy. I’m not much for weights really or anything else but go tell me to run 4-5 miles YES. Ask me to jump rope for 30 minutes? Happily! January 11, 2019 Reply Mr Whatever How about do both January 12, 2019 Reply Tony I hate running for an hour then realize I have to hike back home lol. January 13, 2019 Reply Rico Martinez Cool buuuut…..no everybody can jump hope consistently for an hour and sometimes divide it in sets could be boring and a pain in the ass… January 14, 2019 Reply Anthony Parker one thing you don't mention – Jumping rope is hard AF. Jogging is relatively easy. Jumping rope not only takes a lot of coordination, but it takes a buttload of endurance as well. I've been working on this for going on my 3rd week and I still can't go a minute without needing at least a minute to rest. And even still, as bad as I am, when another person saw me today Jumping rope in my gym they were impressed. and I SUCK. So yeah, it's hard AF. Finally, Jogging is peaceful and a nice way to clear your mind. That said, I like both and am enjoying jumping rope more since I can't run during the rainy season. January 15, 2019 Reply Dean Barrow Would be brutal skipping for 1 hour straight, I skip 300 – 500 times with a weighted skipping rope and my arms are on fire then I need to rest like 20 seconds to go back into it January 15, 2019 Reply Jeyam TR I like jump rope jogging is boaring but JR is very fun January 19, 2019 Reply Scott Griessmann Very Biased video. You inflate the benefits of jumping rope and deflate the benefits of running. Real answer: The best exercise is the one you enjoy the most and therefore will continue to do. January 22, 2019 Reply Guruprasad Singh I prefer both jogging and skip rope😊☺️🇮🇳 January 25, 2019 Reply Kenny Gover 500 calories per hour? That is so wrong I run a 5k in 21 mins 3.1 miles that burns 440 calories. February 4, 2019 Reply Avni Samuel That's it. My love wins. (No hate to joggers though) February 13, 2019 Reply D Leo Do you jump before or after working out? Ie lifting weights? February 14, 2019 Reply Jacek Wałasiewicz jumping rope is so much fun compared to boring joging February 16, 2019 Reply Garrett Mansfield What is the best jump rope to use? I am 5'6" , does the length and weight of the jump rope make a difference? What are your recommendations? February 16, 2019 Reply CageCat I messed up my right knee when I started jogging daily back in 1998 when I was 18 years old and overweight. No one told me that I should rather walk, start off slowly. Wish I had the knowledge back then I have now. February 18, 2019 Reply Rajan Khatri Jump rope February 19, 2019 Reply Anjali Patil Can I do it alternate day.one day jogging another day rope jump.big fan of your channel from India February 21, 2019 Reply Suraj Saha I hereby commit to jump roping for at least half an hour daily and check for myself what happens.Thanks a lot guys it's the only practical thing we can do in such a tight schedule. February 23, 2019 Reply A wam cup of your mom's ass liquid When you're jump roping, you can just do it in your home, or even on your own room without the need to go out. February 25, 2019 Reply William Brooker Jump rope also isn't something you do for an hour you fuckwit March 7, 2019 Reply 2000triathlete As a triathlete jumping rope complements overall fitness in more ways than one. March 25, 2019 Reply Rafi M Is jump roping and jogging forward at the same time ineffective at burning calories or is only jump roping in place more effective? I tend to combine a slow forward jogging rhythm with my skipping, and I do it on a runners track. Let me know if this is wrong please. March 25, 2019 Reply James Bailey Finally some like minded people, been jumping rope to supplement my training for years, can't praise it enough.. Lower risk of energy, just need a small space and you can train, you can go from moderate to high intensity. Engages the upper body, etc. etc.. March 28, 2019 Reply mikeyb byekim Jump rope are extremely mobile, can can be mobile. March 30, 2019 Reply Bill J Why not both?I do 30 mins jump rope in the morning then jog 3 miles in the evening. April 1, 2019 Reply Coconut Queen Can you do a video of jump rope Vs jump jacks to see the difference April 6, 2019 Reply Ayanava Bag I had injured yesterday in jogging April 7, 2019 Reply Sasuke Uchiha I like the idea, but it's pretty inconsistent. The calories you burn while jogging is based on Pace, weight, incline, wind resistance, etc. There are many factors that come with running. Running burns more calories than a traditional rope. There are a couple factors you have to consider with jumping rope. Weight, intensity, weight of the rope, RPMS. I train both. Needless to say, I see way more results with running. Moving 220lbs against wind resistance, up hills, around curves, etc. This might be more accurate with treadmill running, but not even close when you're outside. Injuries? Form. Many people can't hold their form for long properly when running longer distances. This is something you have to be cognisant about during your runs because your form will slip if you're not paying attention. Just like any other exercise done with bad form over time, injuries happen. All things considered, they're both very good forms are cardio endurance. One of the benefits of jumping rope is you literally don't have to leave anywhere. You can do it in your house, your garage, go straight to the shower and get ready. Lol. As far as fun? Running is more fun for me but I like both. Running allows me to meditate and be in my mind more, only have to be cognisant of my foot strike and stride length. I can do plenty of tricks with a jump rope too. The big question really is what do you like more. April 7, 2019 Reply Christian Octoso I do both April 15, 2019 Reply Declan W 5:46 my favorite moment right there April 15, 2019 Reply Anonymously Yours Is super sour calf to a level where even you putting your weight on your legs hurt your calves hurt you so much that you struggle to walk an injury??? April 19, 2019 Reply Anonymously Yours Well 2 hours of jog will slay jump rope but to be fair jump ropes increases your heart rate and challenges you quite a bit too and that too just in a room of yours you can do it no need to go out! But I still would suggest jogging fast jogging not running every 2 days a week for at least an hour April 19, 2019 Reply Nola3105 500 in der stunde, da geht man aber schon fast. wenn man sich reinhaut schafft man sicher das selbe April 28, 2019 Reply Dheeraj Eerla May I know how many skips can you do continuously without break.please give reply to me May 6, 2019 Reply Hiddenwingedemon When I ran, I sprained my ankle May 6, 2019 Reply pork chop Why not do both May 16, 2019 Reply Amal Alshuwaikh I was a jogging geek until i watched this video….. amma start jumping rope Update: have done it for 5 days, longest ive gone is 20 mins, honestly i am loving this especially the fact when i am busy and cant go to the gym this is my go to now, i am going to keep doing this and will update more May 18, 2019 Reply Shaydes Of Blue Running gets boring and I had my crazy injury from it. May 24, 2019 Reply Abhilasha Sharman I love jogging and i love it if give me more engry May 25, 2019 Reply Gordo Mexican Imagine having to move your feet and not move from the same spot —This was reposted by sprinting gang May 27, 2019 Reply Abhi P What about endurance May 27, 2019 Reply Niemals Wieder for me as a beginner, I can't just jump for 1 hour, while jogging is pretty easy even as a beginner. The comparison there is not wrong but for beginners not really executable. May 27, 2019 Reply Mystery47 Did I miss it? WEATHER. Not everyone lives in California. Here in Upstate New York, if it isn't snowing then it's raining. Sooo, rope skipping is a lot more convenient to do than running – unless you have a Planet Fitness nearby and can run on their treadmills for $ 10 per month. Since both forms of exercise work the body in different ways then both should be a part of a well rounded workout routine. May 31, 2019 Reply Futbalism I have tried both for a month.I used to jog 5km 5 days a week for a month. I saw significant weight loss and my legs grew stronger.Next month, I began skipping an hour a day 7 days a week for a month. The changes were drastic. I became skinny which made me look ripped.So jogging is good for improving stamina but skipping is the best for losing weight. June 1, 2019 Reply I I Which is best for reducing belly fat ? June 5, 2019 Reply Sizakele Mashinini I jump rope 1000 times every hour for 10 hours a day amounting to 10000 skips per day…perks of being unemployed!!! June 10, 2019 Reply Maris Marioso Love jump ❤️ , Tunk you from algeria🇩🇿 June 11, 2019 Reply Big Smoke 5:50 my nigga looked at its wrist but doesnt even have a watch bruh June 12, 2019 Reply Sport 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼 June 13, 2019 Reply james64468 Thinking about starting jump roping next month. Making it simple till I strengthened my left ankle. June 19, 2019 Reply Red Fazer 2 weeks now!!! June 20, 2019 Reply Gianmarco Parra I prefer to go out and jog why because when your jogging you go to other places and see beautiful people and feel the environment outside and possibly meet other joggers. But then again the goal here is to burn more calories and be more mobile in a short period of time and that is jump rope 👍💪 June 24, 2019 Reply #Theodore Hi bro! I really need an answer. I want to increase stamina for running. I am a runner. Does jumping rope helps at running? For building stamina. Thanks June 24, 2019 Reply LA LA I do both but never had a Device for calories but honestly I feel like I'm sweating and burning more calories when I'm jogging for 30min than jumping rope for 30 minutes June 27, 2019 Reply Poop Brain i hate jogging because i have poor posture and jogging intensifies it. July 7, 2019 Reply Life As Hawa Is skip rope the same thing as jump rope July 7, 2019 Reply teacher george the only injury (not even considered one tho) that i experience is getting whipped!!! it stings so bad hahaha..but i just brush it off.. and go back to jumping… 😀 July 18, 2019 Reply Justice 2017 Jogging 🏃 💯 harder, do them both and burn 2x calories July 19, 2019 Reply sweet illumi I run 4 km everyday for one month and trained muay thai, the only thing it helped me with is putting strain on my knees July 19, 2019 Reply Leila Adams I hate jogging because men are jerks and whistle and make stupid noise etc while jogging. 🤢 July 20, 2019 Reply Jump Rope Dudes Get The Best Jump Rope for Weight Loss: http://crossrope.com/jumpropedudes(enter "DOTHETHING" for 10% off your order) Join our Free 7 Day Beginner Jump Rope Challenge: https://www.jumpropedudes.com/ July 22, 2019 Reply NewBoxCutter I used to do running for high school track team got six pack abs. Then ten years later after graduation I stoped. So now i want to run and jump rope now that i am in my adult years. My question is can running and jump rope be good combination to gain abs and leg muscles.? July 23, 2019 Reply Chilango gamer I'd say it's a little bias but at least jump rope has more technique August 2, 2019 Reply mike segeize Hey love the vid, but what would build more stamina? August 22, 2019 Reply Rod Palmer I love to run but my calves get so tight so I'm thinking I'll replace some runs with jump rope September 2, 2019 Reply Gyanendra prasad Neupane Hello I am 41 years old. I am doing1000 jump rope every day .is it good for me. September 23, 2019 Reply Al Wa Jump rope bc I can do it anywhere. Turn on my favorite tv show and do some HITT jump roping. you can’t really beat that. Plus jump roping helps my endurance, jogging did not. Jump roping made me more efficient in my 1 hour swim challenge. Jogging did not. I use running to test my stamina& endurance from jump roping. The results are so noticeable September 27, 2019 Reply Tri Ly I once jumped 5000 times in 40 minutes. September 28, 2019 Reply Arpan Nandy I do both jump rope and jogging, along with other exercises…so here is my view- Jump rope builds body balance, agility and recovery is much faster. It is good for leg, glute, shoulder exercises. It does help to some extent to reduce body fat. It much more fun than jogging. But running is more fun. I burn 257 calories for 25 mins, min 600-750 jump ropes.Jogging- builds endurance, strong mindset. Good for leg n abdominal muscles. Helps to improve endurance for sexual activities. Helps a LOT to lose body fat (whole body, even stubborn stomach fat). It can be quite boring at times. I burn 216 calories for 25 min, 3.2 km jog.Challenge urself with ankle n wrist weights. Will help to build muscles too. October 18, 2019 Reply Pinch of Salt '88% people get injury from jogging'-a big relief because I thought it was only me getting regular painful injury. I will give jump rope a go. October 19, 2019 Reply NitSUj Are we not going to talk about how weirdly this guy runs November 11, 2019 Reply random guy I might watch YouTube while lumproping, just have my earbuds in and just watch and enjoy videos and not even notice I'm doing exercise, should work if not speakers it is November 14, 2019 Reply Emmet O'Connor I love jump rope November 16, 2019 Reply Izou Nokuda I do 10 reps every toilet break followed by deep breathing in through nose and exhaling slowly through mouth to cool down. It increases my heartbeat and helps blood circulation. DE-STRESSING! November 16, 2019 Reply António Paixão And the answer is skip running November 19, 2019 Reply creosotegirl Does jumping rope help you run faster over time? November 24, 2019 Reply Jacob Mayle This wasn’t biased at all December 2, 2019 Reply Luke I pulled my tendon from jump rope December 6, 2019 Reply Fatih Akyürek Which one recruits more muscles especially at the legs? Which are the main muscles for each? December 18, 2019 Reply Henry P Try kettlebell vs. Jump rope December 22, 2019 Reply Noyes no Can you do this with shin splints December 27, 2019 Reply Shivam srivastava Click the like button before watching love frm india December 31, 2019 Reply Multi Meter I'm in the army and hate running. This is more true doing the 2 mile run on the fitness test. I would jump rope if I know it would shave down my 2 mile time. I do karate 3 days a week and BJJ 2 days a week, but probably gonna increase that. Also gonna start using bas ruttens o2 trainer. January 4, 2020 Reply David Fleischer Why does running build more endurance than jumping rope? January 9, 2020 Reply Ann Lowry I think I'm going to try. Would it be stupid to just try it without a jumprope? Maybe I will "try" one of the short workouts hold half lb weights? Jumping rope seems like it's fun…i got on my nieces bicycle a few years ago and ended up with a road bike riding 100 miles a week because it was fun. Jumping rope might be the ticket for these rediculous Michigan winters when I can't get on the bike. January 11, 2020 Reply Gabe Rivera I hate running but I love to jump rope January 12, 2020 Reply John Harris I just did quick calculations and on the long runs I do (6:50/mi) for 13 miles or so I burn around 1100 calories an hour. January 15, 2020 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.