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Punk Rope Goes Back to School

This past Friday Heather and Tim delivered a 2-hour Punk Rope Challenge workshop to 5 teachers and 4 students at PS 123, an elementary school in Bushwick, Brooklyn. The workshop, which featured an array of rope jumping activities and fitness games, was extremely well-received. If you think Punk Rope would be a good fit for [...]

The Power of Magic

Research shows that anything that makes you feel lucky can make you more confident and help you perform better. And, believe it or not, wishing others luck makes them perform better too. In one experiment—a dexterity task that normally took more than 5 minutes to complete—was accomplished, on average, in just over 3 minutes if participants [...]

By |May 9th, 2017|mind-body connection|0 Comments

Fitness Challenges of the Week | 5/1/17

FITNESS CHALLENGES OF THE WEEK | 5/1/17-5/7/17 Let us know how you did by posting on the group Facebook page. CHALLENGE #1 Standing Broad Jump for distance. You'll need a tape measure to measure the length of your jump. You'll be measuring from your toes at takeoff to your heels at landing. We suggest 5 [...]

By |May 1st, 2017|bodyweight training, fitness challenge|0 Comments

Fear Factor

I just got home from tabling at an LGBTQIA event for my new employer in Philly. I was slated to do a short fitness routine to close out the program and I was really excited to share my "brand" of fitness with the attendees. I planned on rolling out our infamous Punk Rope "Wizard of [...]

By |April 26th, 2017|exercise anxiety|0 Comments

Punk Rope Gets Comedic

In the planning stages for more than a year, on Wednesday the team behind Eliot Glazer is going to tape a Punk Rope class for Blood, Sweets, and Tears, a new reality show they're pitching to networks. It's basically a demented version of "The Biggest Loser," bringing together food porn and extreme fitness as captured by a comedian [...]

By |April 17th, 2017|jump rope class, jump rope event|0 Comments

Staying Young With Interval Training

The toll that aging takes on our bodies extends to the cellular level. But the damage accrued by cells in older muscles is especially worrisome, because cells do not regenerate easily and, over time, their mitochondria, which produce energy, decrease in strength and number. But here's some good news! A study published recently in Cell [...]

By |April 14th, 2017|HIIT, senior fitness|0 Comments

Spectacular

That's the only word I can think of to describe Adrienn Banhegyi's clinic and performance on Wednesday night (2/22) at the Greenpoint YMCA in Brooklyn, New York. Adri, as many of you know, is a World and European jump rope champion and two-time World record holder. She was in town to perform at halftime of [...]

By |February 24th, 2017|jump rope class, jump rope event|0 Comments

The Compassionate Way to Health & Fitness by Leo Babauta

So if we stop striving for health and fitness ideals, does that mean we just lie on the couch, stuffing our faces with potato chips and slurping soda all day? Umm, yuck. And no. What we can do is: 1) realize joy in who we are, where we are, and our intricate connection to the [...]

By |February 19th, 2017|meditation, mind-body connection|0 Comments

World’s best rope jumper comes to Greenpoint 2/22

Adrienn Banhegyi is one of the most decorated athletes in the history of the sport of rope jumping. Over the course of 15 years of competition she has won the World and European Championships multiple times and set two world records. In addition, Adrienn is a Cirque du Soleil artist who has performed around the [...]

By |February 19th, 2017|jump rope class, jump rope event|0 Comments

Today’s Workout | 2/16/17

Time to go into Beast mode. Sumo squat (60 sec) Single leg stretch (60s) Reverse lunge (60 sec) Single leg prone hip extension with one knee bent (30s ea leg) Plank with side taps of the foot (60 sec) 3 rounds of 2 sets @ 24 sec + 16 sec recovery 1. In, In, Out, [...]

By |February 16th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments
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