>>MARK: Hey guys! It’s Mark, creator of
BuiltLean if you’re watching for the first time, and, today I’m gonna show you how
to do double unders, which is a more advanced type of jump
rope trick that you can do so, as you get better at the jump rope,
it can get started to get pretty boring, adding double unders, specially consecutive
double unders, helps you get a much more intense workout much faster. So let me show you what a
double under is. What I want you to do, is you just do
along with me, I want you to do ten jumps, 5-6-7-8-9 and the tenth one, you’re gonna swing it around twice
under your feet. 5-6-7-8-9 then
double unders. So you swing it around twice so the idea is,by slinging it around twice
underneath your feet, it makes it much more difficult As you can see, I’m just using my wrists,
I’m not trying to use my arms. Which I think is a common mistake. So now ideally I want you to do two consecutive
double unders, I want you to do them one after the other. It might take a little
bit of time, to try to do it, but it’s a really
awesome workout, let me show you. We’re gonna do double unders consecutively That’s five, you just keep on doing it.
And it makes the workout harder. And so, what I want to see from you is how
many these you can do Alright, so double unders are a pretty effective
way at increasing the intensity of the jump rope workout again, you can start out jsut kinda
throwing it in there every 10 reps, or you try to
do it consecutively. And eventually if you can work out 25,
maybe fifty consecutively, that’d be pretty awesome. I think it’s a really great workout by the
time you can get the 50 consecutively you’re gonna be in pretty good shape.
So, thanks for watching, and see you again next week.