Wis. elementary-school students jump rope to improve health

About 160 students at a Wisconsin elementary school participate in an after-school jump-rope club started 14 years ago by the school's physical-education teacher. The program stemmed from a challenge that students spend about 10 minutes each day jumping rope in an effort to stay fit and prevent obesity. Now, the Spinners club performs elaborate shows in and out of the district.

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