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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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Just because the likes of Justin Bieber and Kate Hudson have recently been seen skipping, isn't the only reason why it is suddenly receiving so much publicity.
Skipping breakfast might make everything harder for you.
We thank the editors of Multicultural Education for republishing this information from the Skipping Stones website as a way to share it more broadly with teachers and scholars in the multicultural education field.
For people trying to lose weight, skipping breakfast is never a good strategy.
The most promising treatment that could be applicable to 83% of DMD patients is exon skipping, a technology where the EU is a world leader.
However, oblique impact research and, specifically, research on oblique projectile skipping, have never investigated the effect of appreciable deformability on skipping behaviour.
I remember there were special songs and skipping patterns as well as a rope which extended seemingly to both ends of the playground at the same time.
Skipping schools has become a 'chronic behaviour' among students, and experts are calling for a collaborative effort to curb the practice.
SKIPPING is a fun way to increase your fitness level, strengthen your muscles and improve your flexibility.
There are several theories to explain why skipping breakfast presents such a risk.
2 According to the British Skipping Rope Association, 10 minutes' skipping can have the same health benefits as a 45-minute run.