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  • Writer's pictureStephen Bean

Jump Rope HIIT Workout

Firstly, I want to state that as of the writing of this blog, Camp New Heights still has the full intention of being held this summer. Our communication with the university is constant and they are providing updates frequently about any changes that are taking place. As of right now, we're planning for the full summer session and we're expecting to welcome campers on June 21, 2020. Just to reiterate, if camp is cancelled due to Coronavirus (Covid-19) by the university, the state of California, or a federal agency, all of our registered campers will receive a 100% refund for their summer session. So you can register for camp risk free knowing that you are guaranteed camp this summer or your money back.

This week's edition of our at home #workoutwednesday video series focuses on a HIIT jump rope workout. HIIT refers to high intensity interval training. These workouts are marked by their periods of high intensity (In this workout 20 seconds) and the rest period (10 seconds in this workout).

This workout can be done inside and outside the house. If you're going to perform this workout inside the house, I would recommend not using an actual jump rope.

The main set looks as such:

1. Normal (20 seconds on/10 seconds rest)

2. Left Leg (20 seconds on/10 seconds rest)

3. Right Leg (20 seconds on/10 seconds rest)

4. High Knees (20 seconds on/10 seconds rest)

5. Normal (20 seconds on/10 seconds rest)

Repeat this cycle five times for a full workout.

At Camp New Heights, we have done this workout in our first period class. This workout is a great way to build up some cardio as well is help our aspiring basketball players get some extra vertical.

If you haven't signed up for Camp New Heights yet, it's not too late. While our sessions are filling up, there are still slots available. Register today to reserve your spot for summer 2020.

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