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Jump Rope Workout – Increase Endurance and Tone Abs

Jump rope cardio workouts are awesome. Almost everyone has tried jump roping as kids, but adults can also benefit from it as well and it’s very effective at fat burning. Jump roping, even for a just a little while, can really get your heart rate up and make you sweat like crazy. You’ll see what I’m talking about just a few minutes into this routine.

This short jump rope cardio workout has everything you need to burn fat, tone muscle, and increase your endurance, all while you’re toning your abs. Keep in mind that you cannot spot reduce fat. This means that you can’t do hundreds of crunches and expect to get a six pack, if six pack is your goal. Just like you can’t do hundreds of bicep curls at once and expect to get very muscular. Therefor you need to focus on burning the fat. The muscles in your stomach will start to show once the fat layer has been reduced. For that reason it is always a good idea to do some type of cardio when working out your abs. This way you’ll also burn more calories! In fact you hardly burn any calories if you do abs workouts alone. It is way more effective to work on your abs like we are in this routine.

The style of this jump rope cardio & abs routine is 30 seconds of jump roping and 45 seconds of an abs workout with 10 seconds to recover in between

  • Jump rope
  • X crunch
  • Jump rope
  • Back bows
  • Jump rope
  • Side oblique crunch (R)
  • Jump rope
  • Side oblique crunch (L)
  • Jump rope
  • Front leg raises/lifts
  • Jump rope
  • Toe touch crunch
  • Jump rope
  • Hip dips + butt kicks
  • Jump rope
  • Plank
  • Jump rope
  • Knee tucks

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