4 Ways to Get Toned With a Medicine Ball

4 Ways to Get Toned With a Medicine Ball

Medicine ball training is considered one of the oldest yet most effective form f strength conditioning, that said the medicine ball is one workout which has managed to last for many years and all through these years it has a managed to cement its name in the exercising world, thus if you are looking at creating a new life into your routine workout, then the medicine ball should be your ideal choice.

Rolling Push-ups

You can use the medicine ball on your day to day push-ups so as to make them even more challenging. By adding the medicine ball on your rolling push-ups, you will turn this exercise which is mostly known for working out your upper-body into a full body blaster exercise.

Lunge With Twist

By adding a medicine ball to this exercise, helps in ensuring that your abdominals, as well as your obliques, have been engaged properly, thus making it a more like full body exercise.

Weighted Superman

By adding a medicine ball in this over the back of the body move, you will be creating a perfect exercise that targets your entire body. You can be able to this exercise by simply lying on the floor with your face down with both yours arms stretched out in front of you while holding the medicine ball. Now slowly raise both your arms and legs up as high as you can, ensuring that you back is being engaged. Always ensure that keep your core engaged at all times so as to protect your body down the mat.

Ball Fly

Don’t be afraid if you don’t nail this exercise using the medicine ball as it takes quite a while before you master it.





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