The most frustrating part for children/teenager/adults is getting the jump rope caught up in your feet and having to start over again...which for some is frustrating and sometimes even embarassing. I do see tremendous value in learning how to coordinate the eyes and hands, wrist turn, jump, and preparation for the next jump....however, the JumpSnap could really help to keep the heartrate elevated and should allow jumpers to workout continuously as opposed to the multiple start and stops. I'd imagine as your jumping and wrist turns become more coordinated with JumpSnap - switching back to a traditional jump rope should be relatively easy. Why not take the poll?
[Via PC Mag and JumpSnap Blog]