Western doctors might say that this is impossible. I say this is possible.
Skipping rope requires tensing of the back muscles. When skipping rope, the back muscles must retain rigidity in order to jump and hop.
After a C section, the belly muscles and nerves would most likely have been cut. When the belly muscles and nerves reheal after being sown back together, the skipping movement in skipping rope, which is a rattling movement of the loose muscles of the belly, would be felt as pain from muscle movement and muscles being pulled at the cut. However, since the nerves may have been severed, the sensation of pain is felt at a different location where the nerve transmission is not blocked, i.e., the nerves that originate from the spinal cord.