Skipping the length of time varies. If it is a continuous fast-paced jump rope, preferably not more than 10 minutes, otherwise the heart will be overwhelmed. If the jump for a while, then break for a while, every 30 minutes is appropriate. Exercise based on individual and specific requirements may be manual. Do not force yourself to what must be the standard.
//bio/peter.nestler Well, let’s see??.when you think rope skipping, you’ll probably recall some annoying little rhyme that kids used when they were on the playground, or maybe you’ve got a broader knowledge and did it yourself way back when. As much as one would hate to spoil those fond recollections, things have changed. Gone are the days of simply counting the number of times that you can jump without missing during recess. Now you’ve got the Rope Masters. Peter began jumping rope in 1987 as part of a new program offered at his elementary school in Juneau, Alaska. After 2 hard years of practice, Peter won his first world championship in 3rd grade. The following 8 years offered numerous opportunities to travel, teach, perform and compete in numerous places throughout the world. During this time he also garnered an additional 6 world championships, as well as solidifying an already strong passion and enjoyment for rope skipping. After graduating high school, Peter packed up everything he had and moved to Chicago to continue jumping. Six months later, after gaining some valuable insight from an established professional, Peter was once again on the road, this time to Florida. Upon arriving in the sunshine state, many opportunities were available to perform and teach throughout the state. Rope Masters was officially born. Going from a competitive and performance team to performing solo was a big change for Peter. The following 4 years were a bit grueling and unnerving as many things had to be changed, adjusted and tweaked to go from being just a face in the crowd to being ‘it’. Dedication, drive and a true passion for what he was doing drove Peter to develop into the performer/speaker that he needed to be. June 2002 caught Peter moving again as he headed from his training grounds in Florida to a new base of operations in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Over the last few years, the Rope Masters program has strengthened from a heartfelt attempt at entertainment into one of the best programs currently available. Peter has performed in many countries, including: Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Mexico and Sweden. He has also performed in almost every state in the U.S. as well as special performances at such venues as: Tivoli Gardens in Denmark, Sea World, Disney Land, Disney World and a Seattle Supersonics vs. Boston Celtics halftime show. Main Page | Printable PDF