Iâd venture to say that nailing double-unders is 25 percent timing, 25 percent endurance, and 50 percent the right jump rope. Before settling on the Crossrope Bolt set, I ordered a custom rope with large, ergonomic handles and a thicker cable, thinking that the weight of the rope would provide more feedback and make timing easier. But all that resistance was exhausting, and Iâd end up needing a break after 30 reps. I also experimented with a lighter rope, but I felt like I was pinching, not gipping, the skinny metal handles.
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