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skipping

the act of jumping over a rope that is held and swung either by the person jumping or by two other people, as a game or for exercise
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According to education experts, skipping classes has become a "chronic behaviour" among many students in government and private schools.
And getting started with skipping could not be easier because all you need is a rope, which you can find at most sports stores.
3 Skipping gives a full-body workout, which uses your core muscles to stabilise the body, legs for jumping, shoulders and arms for turning the rope.
WHAT IS IT: If you're tired of the treadmill and bored with the gym you could grab yourself a rope and get skipping.
Skipping Stones is celebrating its 21st year of publication, and was honored in 2007 by the National Association for Multicultural Education.
Year 5 pupils from 16 primary schools in North Tyneside put down their game consoles in favour of a simpler pursuit - the art of skipping.
A CRAZE for skipping has swept a Coventry primary school after pupils and staff decided to take part in a sponsored skipping event.
The idea is to throw a stone so that it goes skipping along the surface of the water.
12 Straight Leg Kick and Skip: The skipping action remains the same as in the high knee skip, but the opposite leg now performs a high, straight leg kick.
After taking three months off to recover from a heel injury, I notice my heart now starts skipping every three beats when I exceed approximately 135 bpm.
Skipping Stone's Insiders Alert Service announced today that it has added a Market Viability Rating guide to it's interactive regulatory publication.