What are the goals of the program?
To hit a target of 100 consecutive double unders using progressive overload techniques
How to get the best outcome of the program?
Take your time with each level - this is a marathon, not a sprint!
What do I need to participate in this program?
I recommend using a pvc jump rope for this and using a mat to protect your calves.
Who are these workouts for?
Each level requires you to do 100 double unders per session and the first level requires you to do 10 sets of 10 consecutive double unders. If you are new to double unders or haven't worked up to being able to do 10 in a row I highly recommend waiting to start this programme until you have built up enough strength and endurance.
What is progressive overload?
This principle involves continually increasing the demands on your body to continually make gains in strength, and endurance. So in order to increase your PB, you must continually make your body work harder than it's used to. Applying progressive overload to this 100 double under programme, we focus on increasing number of reps per round so that you are steadily working towards that goal of 100 consecutive double unders.
How often should I do this programme?
Always give your body time off to rest between workouts. Stop training or scale back the intensity if you feel very sore or injured.