If you are thinking about getting fit, then skipping offers an ideal,flexible solution. You can do it at home, in your own space, in your own time, at your own pace and the benefits are massive!

Get fit your way

It's a skill that will not only help improve your general cardio-respiratory fitness levels, but it will boost stamina, it will help flexibility and also help develop coordination as well as the fantastic bonus of helping you to lose weight and toning up.

We've got some starter exercises for you but remember, buy our excellent quality adult ropes and receive a mini fitness and challenge plan, totally free of charge! This will start you on the path to good health and hopefully, show you that getting fit isn't all about 'no pain, no gain' but that you can have 'fun through fitness' after all!

And there's more good news! As a high'ish- impact exercise, skipping is an excellent way for women to improve bone density to prevent the onset of osteoporosis. The bonus is, it also tones hips, thighs and the gluteus maximus (forward straddle, deep lunges!)

Take a look at our rope size guide to find the right-fitting rope, pop along to our shop to buy a lovely, freshly-made rope and try these simple starter exercises.

You'll be well on your way to fulfilling your own Personal Fitness Plan!

 

 

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