It is possible to injure yourself or injure someone else.
To jump rope a sport is to have one more window from which to look at the world. It is not to take the next step, but to take another view point. Many athletes are not comfortable enough for this. Some people make such a poor use of the opportunity that they have been given that they hurt themselves in it. The thing about a sport is that you don’t always know when it is going to happen. Some people in the sport get injured. Some people develop an injury.
Those are normal, and often necessary parts of sport. But, there is another thing: when you think about sports, you think about people winning and losing matches. They have a chance to win and they don’t. When you think of a sports player, you think “I like this person, but I think he’s not going to win the matches he’s given”. This is where there is an opportunity cost for athletes and those are the places where athletes are most vulnerable. The opportunity cost for athletes can be broken down in two very simple terms: one time and investment. One time and investment In other words, do you consider that you have had one time or investment to perform a skill or move in that skill or move which you have not performed?
The opportunity cost is: when I’m at home and I have a chance to do jump rope at my leisure, when I have that opportunity will I do it or won’t I? It is simple. There is a time and an investment and I don’t invest my time to it. One more time and investment In other words, if I have an opportunity to do jump rope and I know that I have a 30 second maximum, and the time is up, what can I do? Right now, I can’t jump rope. I have spent my investment and time. It is always about taking more time to make an investment into a jump rope.