When you jump rope at an average tempo, you can jump about 80 skips a minute. It means it will take you 12.5 minutes to do 1000 skips at average speed. When you jump at a fast tempo, it will take 120 skips per minute. That means it will take you 8.3minutes to do 1000 skips at high speed.
You can easily do 1000 jumps at a tempo of 80skips/min. But it is not easy to do 1000 jumps at 120 skips per min. That's because you must hold your breath and slow down the tempo to get that many skips in a minute.
The number of calories burned by jumping rope depends on the jumps’ height, weight, and intensity.
If you are heavier or taller, you burn more calories by jumping rope than a lighter or a shorter person.
Below is a table with estimations shown for individuals burning calories doing 1000 jump ropes using MET values. MET is the rate of energy expenditure for a specific activity.
One MET is the amount you burn standing still and doing nothing. The more active you are, the higher your MET value will be.
In conclusion, it is necessary to keep in mind that some muscles are stronger than others. Therefore, the stronger you are, the more calories you will burn in a certain activity.
You can easily calculate how many calories you burn doing jump rope with a calculator online. However, to be precise, you will need to know your weight and how active you are.
I hope this was helpful to you.