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Medicine balls are simple, effective pieces of exercise equipment you can use for strength training, cardiovascular training, high-intensity interval training and more. Check out these five reasons to train with medicine balls from personal trainer and corrective exercise specialist Tatiana Lampa. Talk about bang for your buck. Working Out With a Medicine Ball: Build Explosive Strength Medicine balls are ideal for building explosive strength that’s so important for sports performance.
Explosive strength is the ability to exert maximal force over a short period of time. You use explosive strength for jumping, leaping off the ground, sprinting, throwing and kicking. Best of all, medicine balls come in different weights and sizes, so even if you’re new to working out, there’s one to suit you. How to use this medicine ball ab workout. Medicine balls are wondrously simple tools for improving your functional fitness.
While there are plenty of medicine ball exercises to choose from, I’ve gathered my favorite 10 that can be peppered into your current routine to spice things up. You can even do them all together to complete one medicine ball-inspired workout! 1. Bicycle Kicks. Working out is a great physical form of medicine, so when it comes to switching up your routine and trying something new, one piece of equipment seems obvious – the medicine ball.
It’s right there in the name. In the most basic terms, a medicine ball is a heavy and solid rubber ball that is used when working out. Medicine balls are great for ab training, particularly if you have a partner.
For athletes, they can be used for functional training of throwing muscles, strengthening shoulder, arm and chest areas, with a stimulus different from dumbbells and barbells. They are very good for explosive training and plyometrics. While recent research on medicine balls is limited, a 2012 study found that a 12-week resistance training program using medicine balls improved throwing distances.
Ignjatovic AM, et al. (2012). Medicine ball training is a useful and effective training modality, but it needs purpose and direction behind it. Just throwing a ball against the wall for reps isn’t training—it’s exercising.
In this article, Coach Valle presents five tips to ensure that your medicine ball training has value for your athletes. Turns out medicine ball slams are great for working many different muscle groups at once and getting your heart rate up. “The medicine ball slam is a great total-body exercise,” says Danielle. As a user, you are sure to use the ball for almost anything that a medicine ball can do.
You are thus sure that it will strengthen your core, improve your mobility and facilitate for coordination. In the end, both your upper and lower backs and body joints will be rejuvenated.
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