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You can do almost any exercise and
work every part of your body with a Medicine ball. Here are a few
basic exercises you can do for body conditioning. For more Sport-Specific
exercises, check out the book below or our Sport-Specific Videos for more
in-depth coverage into your sport by professional trainers.
Tricep Press. Stand in
a stable position with your feet shoulder width apart and hold the ball
up over your head to full arm extension and then lower it back to the starting
position. Basketball, volleyball, aerobics
Bicep Curl. Stand in a
stable position with your feet shoulder width apart and hold the ball in
front of your thighs at full arm extension.Keeping your back straight,
lift the ball upward to face level, and then lower it back to starting
position. Volleyball, aerobics, bowling.
Pullover with Sit-up. Lie
on your back, knees bent, and hold the ball over your head at full arm
extension. Bring the ball over your head to your chest while raising
your trunk 45 degrees. Lower to the starting position in one fluid
motion with the ball and your head touching the floor at the same time.
Sit-up Crunch. Lie on your
back with your knees bent at a 90 degree angle. Hold the ball by
squeezing it between your knees. Place your hands behind your head
and lift your shoulders up from the floor. Before lifting your shoulders,
bend your head toward your chest in order to keep from jerking your head
and neck. Tennis, soccer, basketball
Giant Circles. Stand in
a stable position with your knees bent slightly and hold the ball above
your head at fullarm extension. To complete a circle lower the ball
down along one side of your body, sweep the ball in front of your knees,
and lift the ball along the other side of your body. At all times
keep your back and arms straight, and only lower your body by bending at
your knees. Track and field, aerobics, ice skating.
We recommend non-bouncing
for solo use or partner exercises,
and bouncing for throwing off
walls and against the ground.
Or go to the Plyoball store
above for different weights and accessories.
6 lb. Plyoball and book
Most Popular for Women
8 lb. Plyoball and book
For Most Men
10 lb. Plyoball and book
For Stronger Men
Dr. Don Chu's Plyometric
Exercises with the Medicine Ball
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