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Intermediate Geriatric Biceps Exercises with Skipping Rope
Biceps are the pair of muscles on the front of the upper arm connecting the shoulder to the elbow. Your biceps are used in everything from turning a doorknob to lifting heavy items. Strengthening your biceps can greatly reduce the "flabby arms" look.
Strengthen your biceps using the exercises below.
Skipping rope is a low impact, aerobic exercise. In contrast to running, jumping rope is unlikely to lead to knee damage since the impact of each jump or step is absorbed by the balls of both feet rather than the heels which greatly decreases the ground reaction forces through the patella-femoral joint.
Skipping rope also helps strengthen the arms and shoulders. This combination of an aerobic workout and coordination-building footwork has made jumping rope a very popular form of exercise. This exercise is appropriate for all ages and fitness levels.
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