Master your coordination with simple drills jumping rope

Did you know that hand-eye coordination tends to deteriorate with age? Hand-eye coordination is the ability to track the movements of the hands with the eyes, thus enabling the eyes to send important signals to the brain about hand movement. Poor hand-eye coordination can greatly compromise your ability to exercise and can also affect everyday tasks. But don't worry....

Jumping rope is one of the BEST ways to improve your coordination and that's why I put together this short video on simple drills you can start doing today to improve your coordination.

And if you feel like you can’t jump rope because you’re not coordinated...this is for YOU! Learn these simple drills that will get your hand, eye, foot coordination on-point whether you’re jumping rope or not, these skills will help with connect your brain with your body.


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About the Author:



Karly Kent, Founder of Gratitude Ropes, a former competitive jump roper, certified fitness coach, and mom of two, turned her childhood passion into a mission to help others get fit while finding gratitude and appreciation for life. Whether you're new to jumping rope or want a fun full body workout, Karly has you covered from full body HIIT workouts to all levels of Jump rope tutorials. Karly teaches others how to jump rope, get fit all with gratitude in your hands. That inspired her to launch her own Jump Ropes, called Gratitude Ropes. To serve as a reminder to take a moment and appreciate the tiny wins around us, that’s when our world starts to change. It's the small things that add up and can carry you through those hard times. Welcome to her passion. Jumping rope is her jam!


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