Disclaimer: The information presented by Bald Brothers is purely for informational purposes only. Any opinions on medical matters are purely the authors’ opinions, and do not represent that of any medical professional. It is your responsibility to evaluate your own medical or physical condition before using any of the information presented. By voluntarily undertaking any of the exercises displayed on this post, the user assumes the risk of any resulting injury. This post may contain affiliate links.
I just tried this jump rope bodyweight workout, and I really loved it!
For those of you that have never used a jump rope for fitness, you really need to start.
Not only is it a really good cardio workout, but it’s good for feet movement, mental sharpness, hand-eye coordination and more.
For more information about jumping rope, check out this article!
I just got out the old jump rope again this morning and did a sweet 20 minute jump rope bodyweight workout.
It consisted of only 4 bodyweight exercises:
- Jumping rope
- Push ups
- Weighted Russian twists
- Body squats
I have been jumping rope for quite some time now, and am at that level where I can really vary how I jump rope!
The beginning is the most difficult, but it’s a skill which is really fun to learn.
Practice makes perfect, and pretty soon you’ll look like a young Mike Tyson with his rope!
20 Minute Jump Rope Bodyweight Workout
- 12 Minute Morning Blast Bodyweight Workout To Kick Start Your Day!
- Jump Rope Workout: How To Get Shredded Using A Jump Rope
Keep reading for this really simple and effective jump rope workout.
Like I said before, it’s just 4 bodyweight movements.
Easy and fun!
The Jump Rope Bodyweight Workout
Exercises: Jump rope, push ups, Russian twists and body squats.
Below I have put together quick instructional videos to make sure your form is correct.
The entire workout should take you no longer than 20 minutes.
What you’ll need: A jump rope, your bodyweight, enough floor space to fit the length of your body and to be able to swing a jump rope. If you have an exercise mat then you can use one, but it isn’t necessary.
What you’ll do: It’s 5 sets only. Each set is exactly same and consists of 2 and a half minutes jumping rope, 35 push ups, 50 Russian twists and 15 body squats. For Russian twists, I used a 10 pound weight which I held with my hands. If this is too much, then do it without any weight.
Take a 30 – 60 second rest in between sets, depending on your fitness level.
Incorporating a jump rope into a bodyweight workout is epic.
It’ll get you fit, in shape and it’s a skill which you can constantly improve. Meaning it’s good for your mind!