Jeremy Scott here. We're going to talk about beginning a boxing jump rope routine. When we talk about starting a jump rope routine, there's two different protocols to go through. We either typically focus on rep count or time intervals. To increase not only the leg strength, but also the speed, the agility and the endurance of the boxer beginning the program. Depending on what level the boxer is at when he begins the routine, we either focus on a rep count. So meaning someone who's at a very very low level, doing maybe 100 repetitions of the jump rope per day. Either both with feet in sync or alternating between left foot to right foot as they progress with their jump. Someone who's a little bit more advanced may start out at a 1000 reps per day and simply build from there. The other popular protocol that we use is time intervals. Maybe doing 20 seconds on at full out speed, taking a 10 second pause and then, repeating with a prescribed amount of rounds as the boxer needs.