Do you set yourself goals when it comes to your exercise routine? For me, I do this, and it is neat to see progress, especially since I just had foot surgery.
Is there a workout that you find difficult? If so, working on double unders is one of many that requires much work, and the benefits far outweigh the risk. Will you give it a try today?
Wanna know the total number of double unders you do for these? The first workout racks up 380, and the second has 550 in them! Talk about practice making perfect, huh? —Jenn
100 Double unders 80 Dumbbell snatch (singles) 80 Double unders 60 Jumping lunges (left and right = 1 rep) 60 Double unders 40 Dumbbell push press 40 Double unders 20 Turkish get-ups (singles) 100 Double unders
Both are intense, but fun, too. Be sure to warm up properly and listen to your body! Oh, and if you have no interest in doing double unders whatsoever, then you can still do the workout! Take the double unders rep number times two or three and do that many singles jumps instead.
If you’ve been wanting to improve your double unders — or just want a workout that’ll force you practice them (that would be me) — these two are it. The first one took me about 30-ish minutes to do. The second one took me more like 45 minutes. (Obviously, I did these on different days.)
I found the article here Want to Get Better at Double Unders? Do These Workouts