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  • Travis Mayer – CrossFit Passion – Alpharetta, GA
  • Brandon Mericle – CrossFit Surge – Thornton, CO
  • Andreas Jansen – CrossFit The Challenge – Cedar Rapids, IA
  • Christian Stricker – CrossFit Salem – Salem, OR
  • Nick Pantazides – Crossfit Breaking Boundaries – Roswell, GA
  • Roy Cardwell – Backwoods Barbell and Fitness – Eagle, CO
  • Ivan Yavtushenko – CrossFit No Quarter – Roswell, GA
  • Kelli Day – Glenwood Springs CrossFit – Glenwood Springs, CO
  • Edwin Bangel – Eugene Crossfit – Eugene, OR
  • Sam Jay – Eugene Crossfit – Eugene, OR
  • Jeannie Landis – FitLab – Virginia Beach, VA
  • Jason Maglinao – Excel Taekwondo Center – La Habra, CA
  • Sven Kamrud – CrossFit 701 – Fargo, ND
  • Joy Wegener – Muncie CrossFit – Muncie, IN
  • Robbin Tan – CrossFit Almere – Almere, The Netherlands
  • Cecilie Erika Jensen – Aalborg, Denmark
  • Aegir Reynisson – Reykjavik, Iceland
  • Sigurjón Ernir Sturluson – Reykjavik, Iceland
  • Chip Pugh – Cookeville, TN
  • Ryan Debell – Woodway, WA
  • Michael Eagle – St. Cloud, MN
  • Flynn Livingston – McDonough, GA
  • Adam Fisk – Levittown, NY
  • Daniel Jahangard – Santa Cruz, CA
  • Jordan Karnofsky – Walnut Creek, CA
  • Ian Day – CrossFit Mad Hops – Louisville,CO
  • Bart Elder – Athletic Asylum – Middle River, MD
  • Adam Wroblewski – Orange Theory Fitness – Roswell, GA
  • John Stokely – Garage CrossFitter – Grand Island, NE
  • Josh Refenes – CrossFit EPC – Mount Prospect, IL
  • Kay Ziesemer – CrossFit Purmerend – Zuidoostbeemster, The Netherlands
  • Heidar Ingi Heidarsson – CrossFit Hengil – Iceland
  • Marco Hoeck – CrossFit Limburg – Diez, Germany
  • Kevin Douillette – Crossfit Charlottetown pei – Stratford, Canada
  • Mehmet Kilimci – CrossFit 34 – Istanbul TURKEY
  • Davíđ Björnsson – Crossfit Sport – Iceland
  • Jon Dones – Crossfit Kaiserslautern – Germany
  • Gunnar Ingi Thorsteinsson – CrossFit hengill –  Iceland
  • Jean “Bang” Manhart – Vesterbronx Gym – Kastrup, Denmark
  • John Plogell – CF Kalmar – Kalmar, Sweden
  • Martin Olsen – WODhouse Gym – Roskilde, Denmark
  • Bryan David – SF CrossFit Endurance – Davie, FL
  • Martin Dan Jorgensen – Aarhus CrossFit – Beder, Denmark
  • Joe Justice – CrossFit Resurgens – Atlanta, GA
  • Christian Larsen – Aarhus CrossFit – Aarhus, Denmark
  • David Psiaki – Atlanta, Georgia
  • Antonio Vestrucci – CrossFit Forli – Forli, Italy
  • Brian Manson – Anytime Fitness – West Chester, PA
  • Jianang Li – Columbus, Ohio
  • Sebastian Trosch – Wod-Finder – Hadamar, Germany
  • Larwan Cox – YMCA – Marion, IN
  • Feroz Razwan – Kronan CrossFit – Malmo, Sweden
  • Maarten Gipon – Crossfit U1 – Utrecht, The Netherlands
  • Paul Alig – OV CrossFit – Wheeling, WV
  • Patrick Cleary – CrossFit Orlando – Orlando, FL
  • Dmitriy Amarov – Moscow, Russia
  • Craig Householder – H.I.T. Pittsburgh – Pittsburgh, PA
  • Andrew Dunne, Mullingar, Ireland
  • Robert Garcia Gonzalez – AirBox – Santander, ES
  • Kari Hermansen – Bergen, Norway – Reebok Crossfit Bryggen
  • Ash Havens – Pinole, CA
  • Jake Cohen – Denver, CO
  • Joey Dussel – Corvallis, OR
  • Jennifer Hill – Henderson, NV
  • Alvin Fernando – Long Beach, CA
  • Chris Wyatt – GA
  • Asher Cohen – Abba Hillel Silver – Ashdod, Israel
  • Marcus Jacob – Worms, Sweden
  • Fabian Tresch
  • Shanna Gerads – Albany, MN
  • Eric McFarling – St. Cloud, MN
  • Eric Schumm – Eugene, OR
  • Jesse Hardin – Crossfit 859 – Nicholasville, KY
  • Moises Sevilla Gutierrez – Wodbox Queretaro – Santiago de Querétaro, QRO, Mexico
  • Jack Oliver – CrossFit Above the Bar – Fort Walton Beach, FL
  • Amy Jo DiMeglio – Crossfit Sweat Mountain – Roswell, GA
  • Christian Davila – CrossFit Gwinnett – Winder, GA
  • Johan Fröb – Crossfit Göta – Sweden
  • AJ Minaker – FitELITE CrossFit Eau Claire – Chippewa Falls, WI
  • Taylor Mote – Strongside CrossFit – Marietta, GA
  • Jeff Nelson – North Providence, RI
  • George Burdick – CrossFit Prototype – Southboro, MA
  • Tony Calabretti – Tribal CrossFit – Chandler AZ
  • Mark Todd – CrossFit Swindon – Wiltshire UK
  • Joe Moss – CrossFit Tameside – Cheshire, UK,
  • Ryan Holocher – CrossFit Mad Hops – Louisville, CO
  • Rogelio Manjarrez – CrossFit Mad Hops – Louisville, CO
  • Chris Fowle – CrossFit Mad Hops – Louisville, CO
  • Zackary Marler – CrossFit Essentials – McDonough, GA
  • Malik Matthews – CrossFit Buford – Sugar Hill, GA
  • Leon O’Regan – Coventry – Warwickshire, UK
  • Malachi Wallander – CrossFit Vanguard – Menasha, WI
  • Antoine Beck – CrossFit Leman – Rolle, Switzerland
  • Corey Hannula – CrossFit 1080 – Maplewood, MN
  • Fabian Tresch – CrossFit Basel – Basel, Swizterland
  • Chris Rawlins – CrossFit Ground Speed – Rincon, GA
  • Cara Hartman – National Institute of Fitness and Sport – Indianapolis, IN
  • Matt Moss – CrossFit Triad – Memphis, TN
  • Christian Atkinson – Johns Creek CrossFit – Johns Creek, GA
  • Albert Sandoval – Lawndale, CA
  • Seth Hendricks – CrossFit 1080 – Woodbury, MN
  • Simone Schon – Aarhus CrossFit – Aarhus, Denmark
  • Dien Pham – Aarhus CrossFit- Aarhus, Demark
  • Jesper Andreassen – Aarhus CrossFit – Risskov, Denmark
  • Philipp Schulz – CrossFit Basis Karslruhe – Durmersheim Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
  • Constanze Muller – Haupstadt CrossFit Charlottenburg – Berlin, Germany
  • Nikola Tomkic – Izola, Slovenia
  • Ryan Clary – Foothill Ranch, CA
  • Ian Barth – CrossFit Unphased – Ferndale, MI
  • Mandy Psiaki – Atlanta, GA
  • Maksims Dobrovolsky – n/a – Malta
  • Katrina Finley – CrossFit Mad Hops – Louisville, CO
  • Luigi Pozzoli – CrossFit Erba – Cantu, Italy
  • Paul Milazzo – Athens, OH
  • Marvin Burg – CrossFit Kempten – Waltenhofen, Germany
  • Brad Bobb – Chatham, IL
  • Mihai Neagu – Mizil, Romania
  • Patrick Surber – Aerofit, College Station, TX

Number of Members in the JumpNrope 100 Club:

119

The Most-Prestigious, Most-Talked-About, Most-Difficult Club to get into… the JumpNrope 100 Club!

 

The 100 Club started in 2013 by JumpNrope founder Molly Metz, who at the time was becoming more intrigued and fascinated with the methodology and practice of CrossFit. Her expertise and hands-on coaching experience in the sports of both jump rope and CrossFit brought to light a fundamental flaw, which was that CrossFit athletes were not understanding the two major aspects of her sport of jump rope: Power (the double under) and Speed.

While Molly agrees that the explosive movement of the double under is critical in CrossFit training, she also believes it is just as critical to work on the speed-step mechanics of the athletes’ feet and hips for a quick turn-around, as we see in running, spring ladders and other “fast feet” drills. Incorporating the 1-2 count of the rope passing under one foot to the next is no easy drill, in fact the 100 Club has proven to show that most CrossFit athletes are unable to hit 100 jumps (counting just the right foot, 200 total jumps) in 60 seconds. This achievable number is now one of the most challenged and talked about goals in the CrossFit community– just ask the current 52 members of the JumpNrope 100 Club!

100 Unbroken

Double Unders

 

This challenge does not have a time cap, so feel free to do these double unders as quickly or slowly as you see fit using any rope you desire.

100 Speed Steps

in 1 Minute

 

Alternate your feet.  The rope goes under each foot.  (counting the right foot only- total revolutions of the rope: 200!  Capisce?)

Submit Your Video(s)

 

You must prove that you can do the movements above (a) in person with a JumpNrope staff member, or (b) by submitting a video to the JumpNrope’s Facebook Page or email Katie@JumpNrope.com.  When you “prove” your movements and they are validated by JNR we will send you a free rope/shirt.

Free T-Shirt

Free Rope of Your Choice

Bragging Rights

Prove It Within 1 Calendar Year

 

Between January and December (1 Calendar year) you must complete the 2 movements to make in into the 100 Club.

No Competitive Jump Ropers

 

Sorry Competitive Jump Ropers of the world, you may NOT be a competitive jumper and participate in this club (i.e. a member of a team that competes at jump rope events) – past or present.

Speed Step – Alternating Feet

 

For speed steps the right foot only must be counted.  Each foot must pass over the rope separately.  100 Speed steps (right foot only) in 1 minute.

Why do we only count the right foot? In this challenge you are ALL competitive jump ropers and we only count our right foot. Every time your right foot strikes the grounds counts as 1 speed step.

Example

Unbroken Double Unders

 

The 100 unbroken double unders means just that, UNBROKEN.  Consecutive.  No mistakes.

There is no time cap for this part of the 100 Club Challenge!

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Some Help with Speed Step

 

Some Help with Double Unders

 

Video Explaination

Yearly Challenge

 

In order to keep your bragging rights and status in the 100 Club, you must submit your 100 speed steps and 100 double unders every year.  However, if you would like to continue on to win more FREE gear, you must participate in the year’s new challenge (don’t forget you get 1 full calendar year to complete this).  The new challenges will be released in January of each year.

The 2015 Challenge is……

This year our added challenge to the 100 club is 50 backward, beaded double unders in 60 seconds!  This challenge does NOT need to be completed unbroken.  Just like the speed step challenge, you just need to complete the correct number of reps in a given time frame.  However, there is one other stipulation to this challenge.  YOU MUST USE A BEADED ROPE.  We believe that training with different ropes holds the same concept as varying weights/movements in your daily workouts.  The beaded rope does NOT need to be a JumpNrope beaded rope, however our beaded rope DOES have a speed handle (wink wink) and will provide you with a much smoother and efficient outcome in this challenge.  You must show your rope to the camera in the video submission.

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