Kim “Skipper” Corbin created in May of 1999 and has been skipping every since.

Knowing that most people in“the land of the free and the home of the brave” can’t let go of skiponkimworrying about what others might think of them enough to skip joyfully down the street, she’s dedicated her life to helping rewrite the unspoken rule that says “adults don’t skip.”

Kim has skipped on the mountaintop of an amazing amount of national media exposure and through the valley of shattered dreams and financial ruin…She is  a Senior Book Publicist at an amazing publishing company called New World Library and is scaling the wall of writing her own book. What a long strange skip it continues to be.

Contact Kim via email, Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube, She’d love to hear from you.


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  • October 20, 2016 at 12:06 pm

    Hi, I just recently moved from Austin to Chicago. Do you have any skipping groups or events planned in the Chicago area?

  • October 26, 2016 at 3:42 pm

    There aren’t any events currently planned in Chicago…but if you subscribe to our newsletter, you’ll be among the first to know if that changes!

  • April 11, 2017 at 1:05 am

    Hi there

    My name is Jackie, a freelance editor and writer. Before I turned to writing, I’d trained as a fitness instructor and life coach. I thoroughly enjoyed helping people look at improving their health, considering every aspect of their lifestyle and how it affects the choices they make.

    When I started my family, time for exercise was at a premium – and for a while I took up keep fit at home, starting with spinning workouts and an indoor bike. It’s a brilliant way to stay in shape if you can’t get out and about as often as you’d like to. With this in mind, I recently helped to put together and edit a really informative piece on how these types of exercise regimes can form an integral part of your keep fit plan. If you’d like to, you can read it here:

    If you’d be able to give this piece a quick mention on your blog, I’d be hugely grateful for the chance to get my work out there to a wider audience. Alternatively, I can write a short blurb or paragraph or two (or a longer piece – just let me know) highlighting the key points because I think many of the readers visiting your site could get a lot of value from it.

    Warmest regards to you


    PS – It was via this bit of content on your site that I found you a little while back, whilst I was undertaking research for another article I was writing, so I thought you might be interested in this one. Don’t worry though I won’t hassle you again if you’re not.

  • May 15, 2017 at 12:53 am

    Thanks, but iSkip is about skipping exclusively, so an article about spin classes really isn’t a fit.

  • February 19, 2018 at 12:51 am

    Hi, Wow! I was sure nobody would be posting anything about adults skipping.

    You’re right. I wanted to try it, but the fears were formidable. I couldn’t believe it.
    But I went out at night, look both ways, then skipped like a 10-year-old. No more
    than about 25 feet using way too much gusto. I did it.

    Since turning 75 a couple of years ago, I got into electrics (Solowheel, Trikke, Zboard2).
    They are great but not for exercise. I came across an article saved from many years ago
    talking about the benefits of skipping. Since jogging is out, why not skipping?

    I liked your video showing how to start slow. Last November, I started going to Planet Fitness M,W,F.
    Now I’m going to start skipping Tue/Thu. Or more.

    Weather here in WA state is a challenge but if I can use my electric toys, I can certainly skip.

    You are an inspiration.

    Thanks, Richard

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