That's the only word I can think of to describe Adrienn Banhegyi's clinic and performance on Wednesday night (2/22) at the Greenpoint YMCA in Brooklyn, New York. Adri, as many of you know, is a World and European jump rope champion and two-time World record holder. She was in town to perform at halftime of [...]
Adrienn Banhegyi is one of the most decorated athletes in the history of the sport of rope jumping. Over the course of 15 years of competition she has won the World and European Championships multiple times and set two world records. In addition, Adrienn is a Cirque du Soleil artist who has performed around the [...]
Looking Back Tim's mom at the Punk Rope Games2016 was a rough year for me. I lost my mom (at left with my dad and my nephew's fiancé, Rebecca) on December 15. Enough said. But mom got to see her first Punk Rope Games on October 1 and that's a memory I'll cherish forever. Here, [...]
In the past, around this time of year, I've had a tendency to look back on the previous year and dwell on what went wrong and how I could learn from my mistakes. And while studying history can certainly help to understand the past and create a brighter future (I was a history major after [...]
Our friends at Crossrope are launching a 30-day jump rope weight loss challenge on Jan 16. They're giving away $1,000 in prizes along with free nutrition tips and workout suggestions to all who participate. Best of all it's free to enter. You can register here: http://contest.io/c/a1pvqwzg.
Yesterday's #gettothepoint5k was challenging, physically and mentally. After mile 1, my rope froze, forcing me to jump much higher than I had planned with each revolution of the rope. I didn't trip once in the first mile. Afterwards, in the words of the man who won't be president "it was a disaster." I tripped...a lot. [...]
First offered in 2009, the 8th annual Punk Rope Games will take place on Saturday, October 1 from 11am to 2pm at Murphy's Brother's Playground in Manhattan (NYC). Everybody is welcome to either compete (we have room for 16 teams of 3) or be a spectator. There's a $20 suggested donation for competitors, but no [...]
Medina, Baghdad, Dhaka, Orlando, Paris, Baton Rouge, Dallas, basically every city in America, and the list goes on and on. Why can't we all just get along? Is it worth killing each other over differences in ideology, color, creed, ethnicity, wealth, or sexual orientation? Of course not. Kudos to Roshonda Walker for organizing an event [...]