Jump Rope HotSpots™

Starting at $49.95

Introduce students to rope jumping with 12 self-directed exercise stations and jump rope activities.

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    • Item No: 41-017
    • Unit: Set of 12
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Heavy-duty thermoplastic spots provide clear written and visual instructions for specific jump rope activities. Students can explore a full range of upper and lower-body exercises to improve cardiovascular endurance, burn calories, and enhance agility, balance, and coordination.

Numerous Rope Activities

With different activities laid out across 12 unique stations, these 8-1/2" dia HotSpots™ take jumping rope to a new level! Introduce students to toe-to-toe, straddle cross, double under, and twister jumping techniques (to name a few) and watch as their skills climb beyond just simple jumps. Sequence stations to create relay events or set up skills testing across the HotSpots™ to create an activity-filled class using only jump ropes. Using the accompanying activity guide, teachers can expand class activities and help promote proper form and technique across activities.

Exceptional Durability

Made with anti-slip, tear resistant, thermo-plastic and rubber materials, these HotSpots™ will stand up to sustained wear and tear with ease. Put them on the floor without fear of slipping or damage—the design withstands students stepping on them, as well as the impact of a jump rope. Bright graphics will stay vivid and not fade with time, making them ideal for heavy institutional use. HotSpots™ wipe clean and stack for easy storage, helping to preserve them for future activities.

Great for All Ages

Each HotSpot™ is clearly labeled with an exercise name and picture, as well as instructions on how to complete it properly. Students of any age will have no trouble mimicking the activity. Bright colors and large graphics make it easy to spot specific stations across the room, providing motivation and helping to better facilitate skill building in younger students.