Boxing requires intense mental focus, a keen sense of bodily rhythm, and the toughness to keep standing after getting punched in the head repeatedly.
To succeed in the ring, boxers need to have a lean physique, be light on their feet, and develop fast reflexes.
Jump rope is a natural training tool for boxers because it delivers the results a boxer needs to win.
We live in the digital age of distraction. We’re constantly bombarded with notifications, emails, and text messages trying to steal our attention away from the moment.
Meanwhile, we’re rushing to and from home, school, and work trying to juggle all the responsibilities of life. We’re so busy and yet it feels like we get so little done.
And amidst the daily chaos it’s no wonder that one of the biggest challenges to getting and staying fit is finding the time to workout.
We are really busy with work, family, friends, and hobbies. Prioritizing fitness and trying to squeeze it into our crammed schedules is challenging.
But not impossible.
Why do so many exercise programs make it complicated to get fit? You can burn fat and lose weight with just a jump rope and a little intensity in as little as 30 minutes a day 3 times a week.
We believe jump rope is the best workout because it’s simple, fun, and effective.
You can take it anywhere, do it anywhere, for any length of time and get crazy results if you commit to staying consistent.
Captain America is one of the most iconic Marvel characters and Chris Evans carries the starry shield in style. There’s a real six-pack beneath his chiseled costume.
To prepare for the “boy scout” Avenger role, Chris followed a strict training routine similar to the one below. Let’s see if we can keep up.
When you see a superhero on screen, it’s easy to think their costume is the only thing that’s jacked (we see you, Shazam). But when the gloves, cape, and spandex come off, the camera can’t lie.
Stephen Amell plays the role of the emerald archer in Arrow on the CW. And when his green hood and mask come off, he’s the real deal.