Understanding Your Jump Rope: Anatomy, Design, and Optimal Usage Tips
Jump ropes have evolved from simple childhood playthings to essential fitness tools. Understanding their anatomy can significantly enhance your workout efficiency and results.
Jun 11, 2024Devin Meek
3 Best Jump Ropes for Beginners
If you’re ready to get your start in the sport but have no clue where to begin, we’re here to set you on the path. No matter your skill level, Elite Jumps has the right rope to help you get started on the right foot. Read on to learn about the best jump ropes for beginners and why you should consider these as you begin your fitness journey.
May 29, 2024Devin Meek
8 Common Jump Rope Mistakes
Jump rope is a fantastic way to boost your cardiovascular fitness, improve coordination, and build strength. But like any exercise, it's easy to make mistakes that can hinder your progress and even lead to injury. At Elite Jumps, we've seen it all. In this post, we'll examine the most common jump rope mistakes and how you can correct them to ensure your workouts are safer and more effective.
May 29, 2024Devin Meek
5 Strategies to Prevent Peeing While Jumping Rope
Has this ever happened to you? You “pee a little” when you jump rope or do double unders? What’s up with that? And how do you get it to stop? Here we’ll tackle the subject of peeing when you jump rope, and suggest five strategies to help you stay dry and confident during your workouts. 
May 17, 2024Devin Meek
WEIGHTED JUMP ROPE WORKOUT For Beginners: LIVE CLASS + Side Swing Tips
Get expert tips on side swings while using the Muay Thai 3.0 rope, weighing 1.5 lbs for added intensity. Elevate your fitness game and enjoy the fun of jumping.Check out the Muay Thai 3.0 rope HERE
May 08, 2024Devin Meek
Is Jump Rope Bad for Your Knees?
Watch a jump roper jump, and you’ll quickly hone in on those knees. If you’re looking at jump rope as a new form of exercise or have been jumping but have sore knees, it’s a fair question to ask whether it’s bad for your knees. Great news: jump rope is not bad for your knees! If you’re jumping and having pain, several factors could be responsible.
Apr 09, 2024Kaylee Woodard

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