Boost Your Calorie Burn By Playing Like A Kid!


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Boost Your Calorie Burn By Playing Like A Kid

Out with the New, In with the Old… Nostalgia is the Newest Trend in Exercise


Jump Your Fat Away

The last time you jumped rope very well could have been during your middle school physical fitness test. And though back then the requirements seemed silly, try 100 jumps now and see how your calves feel the next morning. Suddenly you will be painfully aware of just how effective the seemingly simple jump is!

But it’s not just about the calves. Jump rope if you want to:

-Lift your Butt

-Improve your Agility

-Amp up your Heart Rate

-Prevent Osteoporosis in the long term (which you should really start thinking about in the short term).

Quick jump roping isn’t so shabby either, trimming a whopping 600 calories per hour.

So pump up the jams and infuse your otherwise dull fitness routine with a dose of nostalgia. It’ll do both your body and your mental state good.

Jump ropes are inexpensive (less than $10.00) and can be used at home.

Try jumping for 15 seconds if you are new to exercise and then try to build your jump rope time to 60 seconds without stopping.

You’ll burn calories, build endurance and keep your heart healthy!

note-  always warm up and stretch for 5 minutes minimum before beginning a workout.  Get permission from your doctor before engaging in a workout program.

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