ROJU Skill Denotation

ROJU Skill Denotation

Skills in our course is an umbrella term defining many different aspects, it is the term used when defining the different sectors of skill which include: Rope Skills, Gymnastics Skills, Rope Manipulation, Multiples and Power Skills. Skills require different physical movements varying in difficulty, style and modes.

Single Under Combo

Refers to the basics techniques mentioned before; footwork, armwork and crosses.

Multiples

Multiples denotes skills that perform multiple techniques and revolutions during a single jump. Multiples are some of the hardest skills in the sport of Rope Jump as it requires the combination of all of the above-mentioned skills. Multiples in a routine require high levels of muscular strength and endurance, speed, coordination, agility as well as balance.

Powers

As the name entails, Power Skills are a show of physical strength. These techniques require the changing of stances (Push-Up, Frog Jump, Crab, etc). While Power Skills are strictly calculated in the point system, it adds to the difficulty of the “prior” and “post” techniques. To highlight these “prior” and “post” techniques, Power Moves are marked by the action’s “entry” and “exit”

Gymnastics

As the name entails, Power Skills are a show of physical strength. These techniques require the changing of stances (Push-Up, Frog Jump, Crab, etc). While Power Skills are strictly calculated in the point system, it adds to the difficulty of the “prior” and “post” techniques. To highlight these “prior” and “post” techniques, Power Moves are marked by the action’s “entry” and “exit”

Releases

As the name entails, Power Skills are a show of physical strength. These techniques require the changing of stances (Push-Up, Frog Jump, Crab, etc). While Power Skills are strictly calculated in the point system, it adds to the difficulty of the “prior” and “post” techniques. To highlight these “prior” and “post” techniques, Power Moves are marked by the action’s “entry” and “exit”

Wraps

As the name entails, Power Skills are a show of physical strength. These techniques require the changing of stances (Push-Up, Frog Jump, Crab, etc). While Power Skills are strictly calculated in the point system, it adds to the difficulty of the “prior” and “post” techniques. To highlight these “prior” and “post” techniques, Power Moves are marked by the action’s “entry” and “exit”