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Luke Boon – World Class Jump Rope Training & The Importance Of Mental Benchmarks (#65)

Published On February 19, 2021

It’s not how much you do, it’s what you do during your training.” —Luke Boon

Luke Boon is one of the most decorated jump rope athletes in the history of the sport. He’s a world record holder, a 28 time world champion, and coaches youth, adults and other elite competitive jumpers through his company Jump Force International. Luke has a wealth of knowledge and I know there are going to be several unlocks for you during this episode.

We talk about so many great subjects, including how to train freestyle at world class level, how to count your own triple under reps correctly, how and why Luke takes notes for all things jump rope, the importance of mental benchmarks on your speed scores, and a whole lot more. This entire episode is jam packed with awesomeness, but my favorite part is when we discuss speed training towards the second half of the episode. Luke trained new youth jumpers to reach a 30 second speed score of 87 in only 9 weeks. That blew my mind, and you absolutely do not want to miss how he achieved that incredible accomplishment.

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Show Notes

01:35 How Luke Boon Started Jump Roping

05:50 Other Sports Luke Has Done

08:21 Lessons Learned From Team Sports

09:14 Have You Ever Pushed Yourself Too Hard?

12:57 Recognizing Your Wins

14:58 The Main Element That Lead To Luke’s Success

25:44 The Key To Smooth Triple Unders

28:41 Nervousness During Competition

32:05 Luke’s Professional Career

35:24 How 2020 Impacted Luke’s Jump Rope Business

37:58 Coaching Jump Rope Virtually

43:24 How Luke Takes Notes

47:28 How Luke Has Dealt With Plateaus

49:00 Mindset Is The Key To World Record Scores

57:55 How Luke Trains Speed Events

1:03:12 What Is Jump Rope To You?

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