Hi, I'm Cary Williams and the question is repetitions for beginner's jump rope. With jumping rope or skipping rope, say you do it for ten minutes, it's kind of equivalent to running, jogging for 30 minutes. So you see the rope here in my hand, first and foremost we want to make sure that we have the correct size rope. So when you do purchase a rope the way you want to do this is that you want to place one foot down in the middle of that jump rope, pull those handles up and they should hit right about where your shoulders are at. So this is the proper length for me. Now as far as repetitions, I usually go in increments of minutes. So I would say jump for one minute and then build it up to a minute and a half, build it up to two minutes, rotationally-wise, just continue to jump over that rope. You mess up, you get right back into it. I will show you real quickly just a little bit of technique in the skipping rope. I say skipping rope just because really you are not jumping really high on the rope. So everybody jumps really high, it's unnecessary. You are barely coming two inches off of the ground when you rope. Make sure your elbows are in slightly and everything is just a rotation here so more of your forearm, a very relaxed wrist. You don't want to hold your rope out here and use those shoulders for the rope because that's not really the purpose of it okay? And also if I have my jump rope and I bring my arms all the way down, my drag is going to be too far in front of my feet so that's going to take my timing off, my rhythm off. If I have it right here, it's perfect, it's going to hit right before my feet so that way my timing is right on and I can get right over that rope. So basically all you want to be doing is just jumping up and down, nice and relaxed, elbows are in and again, just keep going, you know, a minute to a minute and a half, two minutes. So that's our rotations on skipping rope and time-wise like I said, start with a minute, work your way up and you'll be fit in no time.