Imperfect Training

Too many get caught up in doing an exercise completely perfectly. Sometimes so much, that it deters them from even doing an exercise.

If you are new to an exercise, you should expect it to feel imperfect. Just get doing something. Over time, you will refine it into a more and more perfect movement. 

The only way to get good at something is to first be bad at something.

Crossing The Jump Rope: Use The Arms

For regular rope skipping, it is preferred to generate rope speed by turning only the wrists, and refraining from involving the arms. 

When you move to crossing the jump rope, it is exactly the opposite. If you are still expending effort trying to turn your wrists as you cross back and forth, your crosses will be too slow, and eventually the rope speed will get out of synch with your foot speed.

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