Many students like to get together to jump rope after class， so that they can exercise hand foot coordination， enhance their muscle endurance and new lung function， as well as the movement amount and sensitivity of their limbs. Skipping rope， known as "skipping white rope" in ancient times， has been popular among the people for thousands of years. As early as in the northern and Southern Dynasties， rope skipping was popular as an entertainment activity of "robbing the sick and prolonging the year". On the 16th day of the first lunar month， children's rope skipping competitions were held. The winners were rewarded， and those who tripped the rope were punished by hand. At the end of Ming Dynasty and the beginning of Qing Dynasty， rope skipping developed further. At that time， there was a custom of rope skipping on Lantern Festival in Beijing， and the speed of rope skipping was as fast as white light.