Skipping rope material

The jump rope material determines how the rope behaves when jumping. Each material swings differently (some faster, some slower). Depending on what you want to do and how much experience you alread...

Skipping rope made of beads

The jump rope made of beads for controlled, slow and powerful jumps A jump rope made of beads, also called a link rope, is a thin nylon rope with plastic links pulled onto it. This makes it idea...

Wire skipping rope

Skipping rope made of wire - that doesn't sound entirely safe. And indeed, a skipping rope made of wire can be quite painful if you don't wear long trousers, socks or jump rope barefoot. But its ad...

Rubber skipping rope

Ultra flexible with a high fun factor: the rubber skipping rope The classic for schoolyards, children's birthdays, street games and holidays is the rubber skipping rope. It is super thin, very d...

Hemp skipping rope

A skipping rope made of hemp - does it make sense? What are the advantages and disadvantages of hemp compared to other materials ? Here I would like to explain this and give you an overview of whet...

Leather skipping rope

Why should you use a leather jump rope? What are the advantages and disadvantages of leather jump ropes? Find out more here. General information about leather skipping rope Leather skipping ro...

Plastic skipping rope

Plastic skipping rope: for your easy training A plastic skipping rope is particularly smooth and therefore has little air resistance. In addition, plastic is very light . This means that you can...

Steel skipping rope

Skipping ropes made of steel are the fastest among the skipping ropes. They are particularly popular with professionals for boxing training, CrossFit, fitness workouts and double unders. Even as...

Skipping rope made of leather or steel

Skipping rope has always been a staple in the field of fitness and endurance training for professionals. Have you ever admired how light-footed, muscle-bound boxers tirelessly jump over the rope at...