In the field of fitness and exercise, my self-discipline is not high. Occasionally, I schedule an exercise plan for myself on a whim. I have tried morning jogging, jogging, skipping rope, gym and other methods, but often stop after two or three days. Summarizing the reasons for the repeated failures of exercise programs in the past, the main reason is that there is no tool for automatic monitoring/recording, and there is no review of historical exercise data, cause no exciting point of persistence. One little change could easily make me cancel my workout.
Yanxing smart led jump rope is the first smart fitness device I use. I fancy it will not miss any skipping number & record exercise data within a year, which may allow me to persist exercise for a longer time.
Skipping rope does not depend on weather and venue, and the exercise consumption is almost the highest among all aerobic exercises, so I decided to do another exercise plan. I schedule my skipping rope exercise at 6:40 every morning, each time around 20 minutes.
I choose an open space on the first day, click the downloaded Smart Life APP, powered on the led smart jump rope. The rope connect to app in a few seconds, then I started skipping rope. Because I haven't exercised for a long time, my cardiopulmonary function is very poor. I just jumped for less than 2 minutes (the real jump is less than 1 minute, and the rest of the time I stopped gasping for breath), and I felt that it was difficult to breathe. After adjusting my breathing, I continued to jump again. When jumping, I would silently count the number. Every time the jump stopped,I will check the number on the handle. I found the number is really accurate. Watching the number of skipping ropes on the handle keep increasing, I also secretly encouraged myself to skip more.
From the mobile app, I saw that my total jumping time totaled 10 minutes and 29 seconds. At this time, not only did I have shortness of breath, but my head also started to feel dizzy. So I stopped jumping rope and finished the exercise on time at 7 o'clock. The number of skipping ropes on this day was 501.
The next day, I jumped downstairs on time. After 20 minutes of painful jumping yesterday, today's state has improved a lot. I did 806 jumps in 6 minutes and 6 seconds. And after the exercise, I was sweating profusely, and watching the app consumed 54Kcal, which made me very happy.
In the next few days, because the baby at home was sick and I had to take care of him, I couldn't get up and skip the rope. I thought I would not be able to stick to my plan again. After 6 days, I had time to jump rope again. After reading the exercise record report in the APP, I wanted to make this report more record, so I started smart rope led jump rope on the sixth day.
This day, I jumped for 6 minutes and 35 seconds, 858 skipping ropes, and it seems that there is no regression after a few days of rest.
On the 7th day, the state was not good, probably because I didn't rest well, I only exercised for 5 minutes and 30 seconds, and jumped 690 times.
On the 8th day, that is, today, I had a good run-in with the skipping rope. The longest jump was 134 times, 6 minutes and 22 seconds, and 857 times.
From the app data of the past few days, my skipping skills are increasing, the number of exercises per day is steadily increasing, but the jumping time is shortening. I believe that in one month, I can exceed 1,000 skipping ropes.
Using the smart skipping rope made me really persist on the daily fitness plan. The Smart life APP also supports adding friends. I can check the leaderboard to see the skipping rope rankings of myself and my friends, and discuss this with my friends, making the exercise more interesting.
I feel a lot more energetic during the daytime and my skin is much better after exercise for 20 minutes in the morning. Of course, don't forget to use rollers or fascia guns to relieve tense leg muscles after each exercise, and stretch after relieve, so that the leg lines will remain in good shape.
I believe I will continue to persevere and keep my historical data full with as few vacancies as possible. Stay tuned for my follow-up to continue sharing!