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Re: Is jump rope a substitute for a rebounder?
 
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Re: Is jump rope a substitute for a rebounder?


Thank you I stand corrected.. or what I read does! It wasn't the bounce per se that I was referring to however but the anti-gravity effect.. which can be achieved I guess in a variety of ways. Perhaps it is the case that the rebounding produces this effect more easily than jumping up and down on a hard surface!
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