Posted On:12/14/2004 11:44pm
Style: In Transition
I think I'll get to the point where I can actually jump at 3rps before I go any further. ;)
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Posted On:11/21/2005 12:38pm
Style: Krav / (Kick)Boxing / BJJ
*ka-bump for all the boxers and boxer wannabe's*
Posted On:11/21/2005 12:49pm
Style: Judo & Boxing
The difference is speed.
Steve, will this jumprope welt you up the way an Everlast leather rope will? I'd like a new rope, but I like the way the old school leather ropes will welt you when you **** up.
Posted On:11/21/2005 1:05pm
It will hurt. Especially since you can turn it faster than a leather rope, and as I'm sure you know, leather ropes hurt.
The only thing that could hurt more are metallic speed ropes, but that's like literally whipping yourself with a cable.
Posted On:11/21/2005 1:52pm
Style: Hapkido & TKD
You guys are even masochists when it comes to jumping rope! :lol: I can't see spending $30 for a jump rope, as I do not use the leather one I've got enough to justify the cost, but if you're jumping at 3rps, I guess you need something a little more hardcore.
I thought Buddy Lee sold jeans?
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Posted On:11/21/2005 4:09pm
I have a $5 thin plastic rope from the department store. It has worked fine for 4 years.
This one, I took off the foam handles and adjusted the length.
Last edited by WhiteShark; 11/21/2005 4:13pm at .
Posted On:11/21/2005 5:47pm
Style: Boxing/Muay Thai/JJJ
I've been using an Aerospeed for about 6 months and it has been great.
After about 3 months, the bearings snapped in half. I called them, and within a week they sent me some new prototype bearings that were supposed to be stronger. It has been working great thus far.
I also have Buddy Lee's book, and it contains good information regarding various jump rope techniques and routines (even specific ones for martial arts).
Posted On:11/21/2005 5:49pm
And apostol got that cause I posted about it. :gwbdance:
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