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cordless jump rope

J Grant

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Using it four days now each day like it more, sets a rhythm for jumping and has weighted handles so it is a good product even if comical sounding lol
 

glenn walker

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Lots of people have cracked-up under Covid, I sure wish I was a kid again so I could laugh at grandma , hopping up and down :)
 

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I bit the bullet and got one. We'll see how much i like it. It should be a good warmup for tennis.
 

George Hatch

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I can definitely imagine its utility.
 

J Grant

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I bit the bullet and got one. We'll see how much i like it. It should be a good warmup for tennis.
I hope you like it !
There are good videos on line of workouts to follow ! .. I jump on a yoga mat for some cushion either barefoot or sneakers . It would be good warmup for tennis or use for off days for cardio
 

J Grant

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I wish I could come out with a simple invention to make $ .. . I actually did patent something years ago and it made a few thousand $...the real problem is marketing it and people stealing idea after patent they change one tiny thing and then can sell it, with so many brands selling the cordless jump ropes seems to be what happened
 

J Grant

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My dog gets excited with the action , he was barking and bouncing himself on and off the mat during jumping and got hit in the nose twice with the rubber balls at the end of the mini ropes as they fly in circles at end of handle... well he is kinda big 45 lb and he and kept jumping up to catch one. of the balls.. poor guy now he just stares at me when I use it.

Helps to do in front of mirror to coordinate
 
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AMF13

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How do you introduce fire into the proceedings with those? :leeann2:

 
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