Learn Skipping with Rob (2 Mins)
Boxing • 1m 50s
Grip your hands on the handles close to the rope for control, hopping all your weight on one foot. The opposite heel will raise as you touch the ground with your toes. Then, repeat the same motion, shifting your weight to the opposite foot. Hop from side to side and find a rhythm. Begin using your rope when you’re ready, alternating feet as you hop lightly. Let your mind and body get in a groove as you practice Skipping drills, playing with speed and intervals to challenge yourself.
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