May 24, 2024

Make Jump Rope Your Go-To Exercise

Get Fit Quick Tip:

Jump Rope for your heart and your muscles!

Jump ropes are not just for kids! Jumping rope is not only a challenging cardio workout, but will challenge your muscles, agility and balance as well. Complete a 8-10 minute walking warm up. Start with 3-5 intervals of 10 jumps and build from there. Finish your workout with a 5 minute cool-down. Vary speed, change from one leg to both legs, from one jump to two with each spin of the rope.


*Consult your physician before performing exercise.


Should you add a hill workout to your fitness routine?

Get Fit Quick Tip:

Hill Repeats!

Hill workouts via repeats are great for cardio! Walk, run, power hike or even sprint up the hill, and you’ll burn mega calories and strengthen your legs. Choosing a hill of moderate incline, and about a quarter mile long is a great starting point. Begin with a warm up of walking on a flat surface for at least 10 minutes. Then do your hill repeat up, followed by a gentle jog or walk down. Turn around and head up again. Repeat 2-4 times. Perform your cool down for at least 10 minutes on a flat surface.


*Always consult your physician before beginning exercise. Hill repeats are for intermediate or advanced exercisers without injury or illness concerns.