At any time you have the power to not to stop training

And you have the strength to stick with anything you’ve ever trained, period.

It’s not intended to be a step-by-step guide to doing everything the right way. You’ve already got that. And I am not interested in repeating someone else’s work. But I am interested in getting people’s thoughts about things they’ve done and things they wanted to do but never got around to.

jumping rope rope

How long have you been training and why didn’t you do things earlier? I’ve been doing jumping rope exclusively for about 6 years now. I first got into it with a partner who didn’t like jump ropes. We used the excuse that we wanted to be strong but not fat. Since our other interests were going to school and playing ball, the idea of jumping rope just never dawned on him. Eventually he realized that he couldn’t do it on his own either. Once I got to where I wanted to go, he gave up. I had already started my full-time job and was working in the evenings. At the time, I was pretty committed to my jump rope, but he could not do both things. He got stronger from the weights and worked out a lot. And I was pretty busy. I was working full-time then. Then I was working as a lifeguard and part-time firefighter. I started to realize that I wanted to do more than just jump rope training.

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But it was hard to find the time, and I had no idea where to start. It was really embarrassing not knowing what to do. I was spending more and more time at the gym and could barely do the criss-cross jump. Finally I decided to go back to school. I was taking a course in sports medicine and would have to pass it to be hired. I started getting into a lot of extra studies and spent nights at the gym and continued to work out with my heavy jump rope. Eventually I succeeded.