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Believe It or Not, This Weighted Jump Rope Provides the Ultimate Full-Body Workout

And the Crossrope Get Fit Bundle has everything you need to get started.

Apr 11 by Futurism Creative
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Playing with a jump rope is something we all did as kids. But as adults, many of us don’t realize the tremendous fitness benefits of jumping rope. The fact of the matter is that jumping rope — especially with weighted ropes — is one of the very best ways to exercise your entire body at the same time. And the Crossrope Get Fit Bundle is the best way to get started with this miracle exercise in your own home.

In developing the Get Fit Bundle, the people behind the Crossrope started at square one, and began with totally reinventing the jump rope itself, using different weight levels and ergonomic handles that will optimize every single Crossrope workout. You can burn more than a thousand calories in just an hour of Crossrope exercise, significantly more than the same time spent swimming or jogging. And Crossrope’s weighted ropes activate virtually every muscle group in your body, from your neck down to your feet, when used with one simple, easy-to-learn exercise.

The Crossrope Jump Rope Get Fit Bunddle

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Almost anyone can use a Crossrope jump rope, since they were designed to be mastered by those at any fitness level. With the Crossrope “fast clip system,” you can swap between the different weight levels easily and quickly, which will come in handy with the Get Fit Bundle’s mix of both light and heavy ropes. Altogether, the bundle includes two light ropes weighing 1/4lb and 1/2lb for cardio, and HIIT workouts, and two heavy ropes at 1 and 2 pounds for full-body workouts.

That isn’t everything you get with the Crossrope Get Fit Bundle. It also includes a 30-day free trial of the Crossrope Premium app, which gives you access to the full Crossrope Premium library of workouts and challenges. It also includes special features like advanced filtering, the ability to save your favorite workouts for later use, and the ability to keep track of your overall jumps with Crossrope Count. After your free month ends, Crossrope Premium costs $9.99. But you can also go with Crossrope Lite, which is totally free.

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Even at $0 per month, Crossrope Lite has features like:

  • 10 of the most recent workouts
  • 6 complete jump rope fitness challenges
  • Activity tracking with the option to sync to Google Fit + Apple Health
  • Beginner jump rope tutorials

Even if you’ve never jumped rope before, Crossrope’s tangle-free jump ropes are easy learn. Once you do, you’ll have access to the perfect form of exercise. You can lose  to strengthen your muscles, and get your cardio, all at once.

So if you’ve been thinking about getting into jumping rope, the Crossrope Get Fit Bundle is the ideal way for you to pick it up for the first time, or to take your current jump rope regimen to the next level. If you’re ready to give it a try, head over to the Crossrope online store and order your bundle now.

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