I've read all the positve effects of skipping rope but Im wondering can one do it everyday? Im starting up SS and want to lose fat while gaining strength and was wonderin if skipping would be good or bad and can I do it everyday?
height:6'0 weight: 220 bodyfat : 20% age: 26 5rm squat 150 deadlift 185 bench 150.
Thread: Skipping rope everyday
12-11-2008, 01:41 PM #1
Skipping rope everyday
12-11-2008, 01:55 PM #2
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i think it can depend on where you skip, if its on concrete and you are overweight your knees and ankles are going to take a battering. mine did and im not even overweight.Before you insult somebody, first walk a mile in their shoes. That way when you insult them, you are a mile away and you have their shoes.
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12-13-2008, 03:00 AM #5
I doubt it'll make a negative impact on your training. Besides, it's pretty good for cardio. A tip: If you skip and you're worried about your knees and ankles getting trashed, wear two or three pairs of socks in addition to wearing a good pair of training shoes. (That is, if you're doing it outdoors; indoors, I'd still wear the extra socks, but that's just me talking...)."Don't call me Miss Kitty. Just...don't."--Catnip. Check out the Catnip Trilogy on Amazon.com
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12-13-2008, 04:13 AM #6
rope it up
I think your body is the best judgement. If your knees get extremely achy give it some time off. I honestly believe youll notice the tightness in your shins before your knees start to hurt though haha. I jump rope in my office on my lunch break and on my days off. Just listen to your body... Sore joints isn't a great thing when were talking about jumping rope.THE AWARE
12-13-2008, 09:43 AM #7
coo thanks guys. So just so we're in agreement. Skipping rope is okay while doing rippetoes and squatting 3x week. IF I see it's impacting my recovery just ease off.
Most likely I'll be skipping after I wake up and drink coffee, and then lift later in the afternoon. And it probably will not be everyday yet. Its more of a way to keep my cardio up while it starts to snow outside.
12-18-2008, 11:20 PM #8
This is my new favorite cardio by the way. I just got moved to third shift and ten hour days. So I'm the only one here for half the night, so when I take my break I go skip rope. It took me a while to get used to it but boy has it helped keep me awake through the night and in just a couple weeks my ankles feel much stronger (they tend to roll alot) I jump rope about 4 days a week now and do a non impact cardio for 2 or 3 more days. A bike or elliptical or rowin machine. I've got another 20 or so pounds to lose and then I can mass attackTHE AWARE
12-22-2008, 02:12 AM #9
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