- Taschenbuch: 216 Seiten
- Verlag: Human Kinetics; Auflage: 2 (4. Juni 2010)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0736081593
- ISBN-13: 978-0736081597
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 18 x 1,3 x 25 cm
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Buddy Lee is known as one of the world's top experts in jump rope conditioning. He has earned a worldwide reputation with his incredible jump rope skills, putting on 6,000 shows in 50 countries and appearing in TV commercials and talk shows. He has also appeared on CNN Headline News and in Business Week and Parade magazines.
Lee is the president and CEO of Jump Rope Tech Technology, Inc., the leading expert in the field of jump rope training for improved sport performance. He is the co-inventor and patent holder of Buddy Lee Speed Ropes, the ropes used by U.S. Olympic athletes.
A retired U.S. Marine and U.S. Olympian in wrestling, Buddy now consults with strength and conditioning coaches worldwide as well as elite athletes from various disciplines. Many fitness organizations, such as CrossFit, TRX, KettleBell, HopSports, and MMA, have integrated Buddy Lee's program into their systems. He lives in Richmond, Virginia.
To learn more about Buddy Lee and his training programs, visit www.buddyleejumpropes.com.
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The book covers a progression learning a variety of jumping techniques. You start with the basic jump (two feet), which was basically the only jump I was any good at before reading Buddy Lee's book. After reading the descriptions and practicing the jumps one at a time, I quickly learned how to do a variety of jumps. Jumping while crossing the rope truly adds some upper-body work, and "double-unders," or two turns of the rope for one jump, will humble you when you first try it. I think that jumping rope is more enjoyable and less monotonous since I now know a variety of jumps.
I know I like detail when I read reviews, so: the book contains a lot of background information about jumping rope--selecting a rope, jumping surface, potential jump rope injuries (and avoiding such injuries), footwear, and building your stamina/jumping capacity with a logical progression. I'm assuming there is more specific info here about jumping rope than anywhere else. Note the Mr. Lee is a jump rope expert and has worked with Olympic athletes, so he seems very credible. As far as the jumping techniques, the book includes 15 basic jumps. 10 of these jumps appear in the "power" program, meaning that you do one of each jump with two turns of the rope (harder than it sounds). The "highly advanced" technique is three turns of the rope per jump...I'm not there yet.
Mr. Lee has designed very specific, easy-to-understand training programs based on your goal (strength/power, endurance, agility); furthermore, he provides recommended programs for nearly every sport. The programs are designed to take you from beginner to advanced, so I do believe you could follow along and progress nicely. If you are wondering how a book about jumping rope could be 215 pages--trust me, there is a lot of detail. Even though the average user may not need the sport-specific detail, we can all benefit from varying our training goals from time to time. Coaches will likely enjoy this detail.
The publisher did a nice job with the book--simply adding the gray margin on certain edges makes is easy to locate the "Techniques" and the "Programs" for quick reference.
I like using the jump rope in an interval fashion (e.g., alternating, say, pushups and jump rope). Occasionally, I will try for a goal of, say, 500 continuous jumps, but I prefer the interval workout.
If you are wondering, you do need some ceiling clearance if you plan to workout inside. Fortunately, my garage allows me to turn the rope (I'm 6'4", and the ceiling is about 8'). In my old basement, jumping rope was not an option since I only had a few inches above my head. I would guess that, if you can reach up and touch your ceiling, you will not have enough room.
Mr. Lee suggests that you take you time. Follow this advice. On my first effort, I tried for about 15:00 of interval jump-rope work with just the two basic jumps outline in the book. I thought, well, I workout, I squat, etc., I can do a few minutes with a jump rope. I was quite sore the next day! Also, be patient--I had to practice some of the jumps before I learned the timing.
If you need a jump rope, the cotton kind at the sporting goods store will not do the job. I've reviewed a few "speed ropes" here on Amazon; check out the ultra speed cable rope.
I have been jumping rope regularly for two months, and I keep coming back to this book whenever I plateau. I truly believe If you follow his advice and suggested progression of difficulty, there is no way you can't get better and better at jumping.
From mastering the skills of jumping to increasing your aerobic capacity to specific workouts targeted to your chosen sport or if you just desire to lose weight, this book contains it all. And, as Buddy states on page 9, combining these workouts with a proper diet and rest will produce a noticeable outcome in a very short period of time. Remember, the proper nutrition is part of it. Working out does not give you the entitlement to eat whatever you want, and as much as you want.
This book is an easy read, yet very well detailed and prepared to take your fitness goals beyond their current levels. The only thing missing is the commitment from you. Make this book and its techniques part of you. The end result of a better body, a better conditioned body is worth the purchase and the effort.