Want to Get Better at Double Unders? Do These Workouts

double-undersYou know how we’ve said before that if you want to really reach your fitness goals you have to do this? And you know how I’m personally working on this? Well, in yet another fun twist of fate (Sheryl and Coach Ryan, you must be creating workouts at the Fit Pit just to mess with me, haha), I recently did these two workouts. And talk about working on your double unders while getting one heck of a full-body strength and cardio workout!

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If you’ve been wanting to improve your double unders — or just want a workout that’ll force you practice them (that would be me) — these two are it. The first one took me about 30-ish minutes to do. The second one took me more like 45 minutes. (Obviously, I did these on different days.)

Both are intense, but fun, too. Be sure to warm up properly and listen to your body! Oh, and if you have no interest in doing double unders whatsoever, then you can still do the workout! Take the double unders rep number times two or three and do that many singles jumps instead.

Double Unders Workout 1

100 Double unders
80 Dumbbell snatch (singles)
80 Double unders
60 Jumping lunges (left and right = 1 rep)
60 Double unders
40 Dumbbell push press
40 Double unders
20 Turkish get-ups (singles)
100 Double unders

Double Unders Workout 2

100 Double unders
10 Deadlifts
10 Floor wipers
10 Push-ups

90 Double unders
9 Deadlifts
9 Floor wipers
9 Push-ups

80 Double unders
8 Deadlifts
8 Floor wipers
8 Push-ups

70 Double unders
7 Deadlifts
7 Floor wipers
7 Push-ups

60 Double unders
6 Deadlifts
6 Floor wipers
6 Push-ups

(See a pattern here? Keep at! It gets SO much better after you’re through 50!)

50 Double unders
5 Deadlifts
5 Floor wipers
5 Push-ups

40 Double unders
4 Deadlifts
4 Floor wipers
4 Push-ups

30 Double unders
3 Deadlifts
3 Floor wipers
3 Push-ups

20 Double unders
2 Deadlifts
2 Floor wipers
2 Push-ups

10 Double unders
1 Deadlifts
1 Floor wipers
1 Push-ups

Wanna know the total number of double unders you do for these? The first workout racks up 380, and the second has 550 in them! Talk about practice making perfect, huh? —Jenn

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  1. wow that must be so nonsense if you don’t have a nice body!!!! first time workout i just can’t do squats more than 30 times. but now it’s ok to be 100 times.
    great tips , thanks !

  2. Great workouts I must confess. Though it may seem difficult at the initial trial, but I guess time will make anyone master it.