In response. Yes!
Unlike jogging or running which exhaust energy, there are certain exercises that not only conserve energy but also increase energy and stamina and endurance. Many martial arts exercises increase sexual arousal and sexual stamina.
Jumping rope creates kinetic energy and movement. When one jumps rope, one will find that each successive jump requires less effort than the previous jump. This means that one is expending less and less energy for each successive jump. Also, one tends to jump higher on successive jumps. This is because the body is storing the kinetic energy of the previous jump, and the body accumulates this kinetic energy while spending less energy for the next jump. Since jumping rope is jumping in rapid succession, more kinetic energy is stored than spent.
This extra energy is often translated into sexual arousal.