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Old 11-10-2008, 07:32 AM #1
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Whats the reasonable amount of time to be jumping rope? Do you normally start the time again if you stop.
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Old 11-10-2008, 09:15 AM #2
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I only really jump rope to warm up and warm down, after a run ill jump for 15 mins then after training another 15 mins, i do 15 mins quite easily so i dont need to stop but if you do muck up just dont waste anytime and start skipping straight away.. i wouldnt start all over again.
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i do a few rounds for warm up, and then i also do it for a 15 minute session after training. the more you do, the more you become light on your feet, good cardio too if you change it up.
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15 minutes at the start of every training session.

Don't bother restarting the timer every time you mess up or you'll never finish.
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i do 5+ rounds of 3 minutes doing 10 pushups in between in each round.
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