Updated on March 28, 2018
We know why you're struggling...
You've see what the jump rope can do. You know that it can help you burn fat, build endurance, and replace those long, nasty runs on pavement.
But you just can't seem to do it.
Every time you start, the rope ends up tripping up on your toes or whipping you across the shins. Then you try again. Same result. Lather, rinse, repeat.
We know the feeling. We've all been there at one point.
But while you may think you have no rhythm or coordination, it is very likely that you're making some of the most common mistakes we see every single day.
If you are a beginner or you're just having a difficult time getting started with your jump rope training, then you need to read this post. Seriously. As tempting as it is to just throw in the towel and hang up your ropes, we know you're not a quitter.
If you're ready to finally break through the barrier, let's dig into the four common jump rope mistakes beginners make.