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Jumping Rope: To Develop Muscle and Build Fitness
Muscle Tissue Exercised by Jumping Rope Workouts and Training
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Jumping Rope

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Jumping Rope: Build and Develop Muscles

Jumping Rope: Total Body Fitness

Exercise to Get Fit and Boost Health

Using a jumping rope to workout helps to raise general fitness levels by exercising and strengthening a variety of muscle groups throughout the body, including both the cardiac and skeletal muscles. By raising heart-beat rate, they contribute to improved heart health and lower risk of cardiovascular disease.

Jumping Rope: Muscles Worked

Jumping rope workouts are also useful for muscle-development, as they strengthen and develop the bottom, hip, thigh and calf muscles. They work the gluteal muscles in the bottom, specifically the gluteus maximus, gluteus medius and glutus minimus; the iliacus and the psoas major muscles in the hips, the biceps femoris, vastus latoralis and semimembranous muscles in the hamstrings; the rectus femoris in the quads and the gastrocnemius, soleus and tibialis anterior calf muscles.

Jumping Rope: Body Fitness Benefits

Jumping Rope fitness routines improve body-fat ratio/muscle flexibility and coordination, and help to raise resting metabolism.

Jumping Rope Workouts: Calories and Diet

Exercise workouts involving Jumping Rope burn a reasonable number of calories. When combined with a calorie-controlled eating plan, they help us to reduce weight and keep a healthy body-fat percent.

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