♥ LEAD SPONSORS ♥

BUDDY UP JUMP

JOIN US ON NOVEMBER 21ST at 11:30 AM ET FOR 

TRICK JUMP & JUMP ROUTINE COMPETITIONS.
AS WELL AS A CHANCE TO BEAT YOUR JUMP GOAL!

Welcome to our first-ever Buddy Up Jump fundraiser, a jump-a-thon for Athletes, Buddies, and Coaches to achieve personal goals, create program awareness, and raise needed funds for each of our locations to continue our virtual programs, and Buddy Up Connections while working toward getting back onto the courts, gyms, and summer camps in 2021.

This Fall is all about working towards a goal, independently and together, and improving physically and mentally! Want to team up with a fellow Buddy Up Jumper, help us raise funds, or just want to be part of the fun? You can still register today to become a Jumper! Check out the Jumper’s Hub to learn more.

On Saturday, November 21st,

Jumpers from across the nation will unite to Jump for More!

VIRTUAL EVENT PROGRAM/AGENDA

11:30 AM ET
11:40 AM ET
11:50 AM ET
12:00 PM ET
12:05 PM ET
12:15 PM ET
12:20 PM ET
12:25 PM ET
Welcome + Zumba Warm Up
 Jump Rope with STAR Jumpers from BuyJumpRopes.net
Trick Jump Competition 
Jump Routine Performance
Jump Rope with STAR Jumpers from the Bouncing Bulldogs
Buddies Jump
Athletes Jump
Dance Party + Conclusion

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS

ROAR

PROSPER

THRIVE

SPROUT

WHY
JUMP ROPE?

BALANCE

Studies have shown that continual jumping practice has improved balance in those with Down syndrome. [1]

POSTURAL CONTROL

Studies show that jumping may help “envoke automatic and dynamic postural control” in people with Down syndrome. Simply put, this is referring to their ability to sit upright without back support for extended periods of time. [2]

FUNDAMENTAL MOVEMENT SKILLS

Jumping rope helps with balance, this in term helps those with Down syndrome perform better fundamental movement skills (FMS). [3]

[1] Wang WY, Ju YH. Promoting balance and jumping skills in children with Down syndrome. Percept Mot Skills. 2002 Apr;94(2):443-8. doi: 10.2466/pms.2002.94.2.443. PMID: 12027336.

[2] Wang WY, Chang JJ. Effects of jumping skill training on walking balance for children with mental retardation and Down’s syndrome. Kaohsiung J Med Sci. 1997 Aug;13(8):487-95. PMID: 9311200.

[3] Capio CM, Mak TCT, Tse MA, Masters RSW. Fundamental movement skills and balance of children with Down syndrome. J Intellect Disabil Res. 2018 Mar;62(3):225-236. doi: 10.1111/jir.12458. Epub 2017 Dec 5. PMID: 29205624.

BUILDING LIFE SKILLS

Buddy Up For Life isn’t just about staying active, social, and healthy, it’s about helping our Athletes better prepare for the future through our various programs that we’ve developed. 

STRIVING FOR THE BEST!

We partner with the best Instructors, Trainers, and Coaches to guide our Athletes and Buddies to reach their fullest potential.

EXPANDING NATIONALLY

Now in 30 locations, Buddy Up For Life is growing and spreading awareness.

STRENGTHENING RELATIONSHIPS

Athletes and Buddies work together to build friendships and overcome obstacles. Athletes create a self-identity, cultivate confidence, and empower themselves to change their lives.

WHERE DOES THE MONEY GO?

PROGRAMS

LOCATIONS

COURTS

GYMS

SUMMER CAMPS