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Excerpt: I like to jump rope like for 20 or 30 minutes and it is a good cardio workout. my question is should i do it before i lift weights or afterwards? keep in mind i am jump roping on a hard surface so my legs usually feel sore after i finish. i wonder if i should try and find a more soft surface and that would help?

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    jump roping before or after lifting?

    I like to jump rope like for 20 or 30 minutes and it is a good cardio workout. my question is should i do it before i lift weights or afterwards? keep in mind i am jump roping on a hard surface so my legs usually feel sore after i finish. i wonder if i should try and find a more soft surface and that would help?

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    Re: jump roping before or after lifting?

    jumping on a hard surface is not gonna fly, yes find a soft surface for sure.
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    Re: jump roping before or after lifting?

    Soft and before

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    Re: jump roping before or after lifting?

    I always do cardio after lifting. I don't think there is necessarily a right or wrong. Whatever allows you to get it done. Me personally, I would rather have more energy for my weight lifting session and then do cardio after.
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    Re: jump roping before or after lifting?

    I like to separate cardio and lifting. One am and one pm
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    Re: jump roping before or after lifting?

    i would do it to warm up
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    Re: jump roping before or after lifting?

    warmup, get the blood flowing

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