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Skipping rope dangerous?

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Question - (11 January 2010) 4 Answers - (Newest, 12 January 2010)
A male India age 22-25, *nam writes:

hey guys!!!! my girlfriends 18 ....well actually she has gained a lil weight and now wants to get rid of it!!!! before 2 years i was 85 kgs n came down to 60 kgs just by skippin (jumpin rope)..... i told my gf to do the i hav heard tht skipping for women is inappropriate as it has a bad effect on the uterus!!!! is it true???? pls reply!!!!

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A reader, anonymous, writes (12 January 2010):

It's less impact than running and I've never heard of running having any detrimental effects on the female organs.

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A female reader, rebeccaxx United Kingdom +, writes (12 January 2010):

rebeccaxx agony auntit's not true, it's a great and fun way to exercise :) just make sure she doesn't lose too much weight!

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A male reader, LazyGuy Netherlands +, writes (11 January 2010):

LazyGuy agony auntI think this might be the same idea as that woman shouldn't ride horses, because the up and down motion would dislodge the stuff.

It is of course a load of bullshit.

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A female reader, old-spinstah United Kingdom +, writes (11 January 2010):

Skipping has no effect on the uterus that I know of

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