FITNESS CHALLENGES OF THE WEEK | 5/1/17-5/7/17
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Standing Broad Jump for distance.
You’ll need a tape measure to measure the length of your jump. You’ll be measuring from your toes at takeoff to your heels at landing. We suggest 5 attempts. The world’s record is 12 feet 2 3/4 inches held by Byron Jones.
Rope Jumping Speed for time.
How many jumps (of any type) can you complete in one minute. Set a timer for 60 seconds and have a friend count your successful jumps. The key to doing well is speed and consistency. We suggest 3 trials. The Guinness World Record is 332 jumps in a minute by Beci Dale.