CHEWING ROPE [Jumping Rope Blogrimage: Day 9]

Just throw a jump rope in a suitcase, briefcase, backpack, or purse, and you have the “greatest portable workout in existence.”
All day my knee felt fine. In the back of my mind, I wondered if it’d hurt while jumping. Though feeling weak, the pain of yesterday disappeared. To where? Jump rope Heaven—or Hell?
My kids in class keep asking to see my six pack. Instead of pulling up my shirt, I give them a six pack of Miller Lite. They are only about 9 so they don’t know the different between MGD and Lite. Suckers. JK. LOL. TTYL.
Thanks for the advice on tips. I’m figuring out to incorporate them all, thereby sucking optimal life out of the Blogrimage.
Speaking of sucking life, I chewed up part of my jump rope and now it feels balanced. Guess I’m really sinking my teeth into this whole sport. ROFL!
1. 15 Double-Unders in a row
2. Criss Crossed a bunch
3. Gnawed off part of my jump rope
4. Knee felt okay
5. 1300 revolutions.
Basic jump
This is where both feet are slightly apart and jump at the same time over the rope. Beginners should master this technique first before moving onto more advanced techniques