End of Year Jump Rope Workout Routine from Crossrope (Happy NY!)

Published on December 30, 2016

Happy New Year! Well, almost.

As we round out the last few days of 2016, we want to send you one final jump rope workout routine that you can use to finish the year off with a bang.

This is going to be a tough one. We've prepared a challenging bodyweight and jump rope workout routine to test your speed, endurance, and mental toughness.

Complete this workout, mark down your score, and save it for a repeat in 2017. You'll get to see just how much you've improved.

You ready to get started?

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Before We Start

Want to kick-start your fitness goals in 2017?

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Click here to check out the full challenge details.

The challenge is FREE to join and we're giving away $1,000 in cash prizes to motivate you to reach your fitness and weight loss goals in 2017. ​

What You'll Need

You will need the following for this end of year workout:

> Crossrope Starter Set - get the CR Starter Set
>​ A timer - you can use your smartphone for this one
> Some space to jump - I'll be jumping outside (in the cold)

The Crossrope Starter Set comes with two heavy jump ropes - the black 1/4 lb Agility rope and the orange 1 Lb Intensity rope. For this workout I'll be using only the 1 Lb rope. We'll be using the black Agility rope for this workout.

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Note - the Starter Set is not mandatory for this workout, but it's fun to try the workout with the heavy rope as well (that comes with your Starter Set).

End of Year Jump Rope Workout Routine

Today's workout is a mix of bodyweight and jump rope exercises designed to challenge your speed, stamina, and mental toughness.

Here's what you need to do - 

Set your timer to stopwatch mode and see how quickly you can get through the following sequence of seven jump rope and bodyweight exercises:

- 100 basic jumps
- 10 burpees
- 100 alternate foot jumps
- 15 push-ups
- 100 basic jumps
- 20 bodyweight squats
- 100 alternate foot jumps​

Go through them one by one and take breaks as needed. Just remember that the timer doesn't stop until all repetitions of all seven exercises are complete.

Make sure to mark down your score (total time to complete the workout) on a piece of paper somewhere or share it in our online community so you can see how you compare to others!

We'll be re-doing the test again in 2017 to see how much you improve.​

Check out the full workout video here:​

Grab your Starter Set here or join our jump rope community here.​

Some important tips to keep in mind for this workout:

> If you need a slower demo of the jump rope exercises used in this workout, you can find them here: basic jumps and alternate foot jumps.

> If you're just getting started, take a look at out our complete guide for beginners - it covers everything you need to know to learn how to jump rope properly.

> Don't let mistakes hold you up. Just brush it off and keep going.

How did it go for you?

I'd love to hear how the workout goes for you.

Leave your results in the comments below or in our private jump rope community. And if you really like it, give it some likes and shares as well. Good luck!

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