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  • Info-Skip Canada
    Info-Skip Canada promoting the joy of rope skipping across Canada and the world, Canada's First and only undated ( Jump Rope ) Rope Skipping Web Site, Information for all ages

  • Jumping for Joy
    Jumping for Joy is a hard working team of boys and girls between the ages of 8 and 17 who have dedicated themselves to the sport of jumping rope.

  • Jump Into A Healthy Life
    Are you ready to "Jump Into a Healthy Life?" We love jumping rope and hope you'll learn to love jumping too.

  • Jumprope.Com
    In this site you will find information about the benefits of rope skipping, help choosing your rope.

  • Jump Rope For Heart
    One good reason to participate in Jump Rope For Heart is that it helps fund the educational programs of the Heart and Stroke Foundation

  • Jump Rope for Heart
    Jump Rope for Heart is a fun and challenging event geared towards kindergarten through 8th grade students. Jump Rope for Heart gives students the opportunity to practice and perfect jump rope skills such as single rope skills for style or for speed, long rope skills, jumping solo or with a friend, double-dutch and many others all while making a difference in their communities.

  • Jump Rope Games
    A variety of jump rope games fgrom around the world.

  • Jump Rope Lessons
    The following lessons are in no particular order. Each is designed to focus on some component of Jump Rope and may be combined with additional content.

    There are probably as many of these rhymes as there are games!

  • Jump Rope Skills
    The Jump Rope for Heart manual has over 100 different skipping skills that are fun and challenging for all ability levels - from basic to advanced.

  • Rope Games Basics
    The most popular game with rope is jumping. For beginning jumpers, the rope should be long enough to reach from the floor to your armpits, when the rope is folded in half. Start out slowly, jumping thirty hops, just clearing the rope, and adding a minute to the routine each week.

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