Jump Rope Exercise Guide
Jump Rope is a isolated exercise that works your traps, calves, quadriceps and heart.
Jump Rope is a great easy move. When done correctly, it can effectively target your chest, core, hips, legs, lower body, lower legs, neck, shoulders, upper back, upper body and upper legs.
It requires jump rope to do.
How to do Jump Rope
Hold the jump rope with elbows at your side and and handles pointing sideways away from the body. Jump with feet together, twirling the rope forward.
Avoid jumping too hard or too loudly. Instead, try to land softly on your feet. Bend your knees and ankles slightly upon landing to lessen the impact.
Learn how to do jump rope from this step-by-step illustrations:
The muscles used for jump rope may change slightly based on the your trained range of motion and technique, but in the most general case, the muscles used for jump rope are:
- Front Deltoids
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|Type(s)||Isolated, Aerobic, Cardio, Endurance, Warm Up|
|Muscles Worked||Trapezius, Gastrocnemius, Biceps Brachii, Deltoids, Quadriceps, Rhomboids, Anterior Deltoids, heart|
|Difficulty Level(s)||Easy, Moderate, Simple|
|Location||At Gym, At Home, Outdoor|
|Target muscle(s)||Traps, Calves, Quadriceps, Heart|
|Synergyst muscle(s)||Biceps, Deltoids, Rhomboids, Front Deltoids|