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Skipping is one of the cheapest, easiest and most effective forms of exercise we can do. There’s a good reason why we so often see boxers and other elite athletes with a rope in hand – it’s one of the fastest ways to improve stamina and agility. Leading personal trainer and fitness adviser to Liz Earle Wellbeing, Michael Garry ( is a fervent fan of skipping. He often introduces it into his clients’ workout routines (including mine – as is so often evidenced by the huffing and puffing on my personal Instagram).

Many celebrities also cite skipping as a regular part of their fitness programme. Katy Perry says: ‘I love jumping rope. I can double jump, I can cross – all of it. I look like Rocky!’ She’s even performed musical numbers while skipping on stage, with her backing dancers

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