5 Best Exercising Jump Ropes To Use At Home

Right now, the best way to stay in shape is to workout at home. One of the best ways to do a home workout is to get an exercising jump rope. It offers a vigorous workout and it is convenient to have in the home, taking up little space. As with any workout equipment, not all are made the same.

There are a ton of exercising jump ropes for you to choose from out there. To help you make a choice quicker, we have selected a few of our favorites you can find below.

Looking at all the options for exercising jump ropes out there, we fell upon this one as the best overall for a few reasons. For one, these are very affordable. You won’t have to spend too much picking these up. Another is that it is very durable. You don’t want it falling apart on you

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9 ways to handle face mask conversations | Health Beat

Explore ways to best navigate this controversial topic. (Chris Clark | Spectrum Health Beat)

At Spectrum Health, we strongly encourage our patients, colleagues and families to wear masks, knowing that this is a key factor in preventing the spread of COVID-19.

When challenged by someone who disagrees with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s face mask mandate, think about using words that encourage learning and change, not those that might create conflict.

If you find yourself in a conversation about mask use, here are some strategies to help make these conversations productive and safe.

1. Approach with curiosity.

Don’t assume that someone is intentionally non-compliant. Sometimes people simply forget and are happy to be reminded. If that’s not the case, ask questions such as, “Can you help me understand?” or “Will you share your concerns with me?” This will help you gather more information.

2. Be mindful of your body language.

Are your

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KHN on the Air This Week

KHN chief Washington correspondent Julie Rovner discussed what the U.S. elections mean for on the BBC’s “Business Day” on Tuesday.

KHN senior correspondent Liz Szabo discussed COVID-19 vaccines on Newsy’s “Morning Rush” on Tuesday and on iHeartRadio’s “The Daily Dive” on Wednesday.

KHN Midwest correspondent Lauren Weber spoke to Margie Shafer on KCBS Radio in San Francisco on Wednesday about how more than 20 states aren’t fully counting COVID-19 antigen tests.

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