Mdusa Cable Speed Jump Rope

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You may know the little Boston Celtics guard Nate Robinson as the humane spring. In fact, the 5’7″ guard won the NBA slam dunk contest in 2006 versus top dunkers like Josh Smith and Andre Igoudala. In his most unforgettable dunk of the night, he jumped over 1986 champion Spud Webb, and received a perfective 50-point score for the dunk. He likewise won the contest in 2009 – versus Dwight Howard – and this year (2010) to become the initial three-time NBA Slam Dunk champion!

Nate’s monster-block versus the 7’6″ Center Yao Ming is a YouTube-classic already. So, it’s evident the guy got a great deal of hoops. Actually he has a vertical leap of 43.5 inches!

“First time I touched a backboard, I was 12. I touched the rim when I was 13, and when I was 14, I in the end could dunk.” – Nate Robinson

Although Nate could dunk at that young age already, it took him some hard training to reach his current vertical leap. After he left college in 2005 he finished a special

4 days a week, one hour a day workout.

His workout consisted of:

Day 1 (Monday):

o Jump rope. An magnificent exercise for increasing foot speed. (400 jumps)

o Sprint-and-drop. Run the width of a basketball court, drop, and do ten push-ups. (10 sprints)

o Seated figure eight. Sit on a stability ball keeping a ten-pound medicine ball in front of you. Your elbows will have to be tight by your sides. Slowly make a figure-eight motion with the ball, moving your lower body as little as possible. (15 figure eights, then 15 in the opposite direction)

o Leg curl (2 sets of 10)

o Incline chest press (2 sets of 10)

o Standing cable fly (2 sets of 10)

o Standing dumbbell curl Curl one arm, then the other, for one rep. (2 sets of 10)

o Single-arm triceps extension From a seated position, with the weight behind your head (not behind your shoulder), extend your arm until it’s pointing straight up. (2 sets of 10 with each arm)

Day 2 (Tuesday):

o Jump rope (400 jumps)

o High knee-raise sprint Sprint the length of a basketball court staying on your toes and lifting your knees as high as possible. (20 sprints)


Mdusa Cable Speed Jump Rope

MCSR Features: -Jump rope. -Extended handle for more immediate rope speed. -Handle is a bushing design that allows a smooth rotation on each jump. -Extended hand 0.098” steel wire with a nylon coating. -Cable is 10′ and adjusts merely by cutting the cable to desired length.


Most helpful customer reviews

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
5Speedy!
By Jennifer Reilly Diggs
I’m a pretty fast jumper but actually had to get used to the speed of this one! Great for getting those double unders!

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
2Cheap plastic. Made in China. Returned.
By Scott M Stricklin
The rope arrived quickly, and was easy to adjust. Unfortunately on first use the right handle seized up to the point that the rope would no longer spin.

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