Posted on 13 February 2017.
Holding a medicine ball in your hands, elbows by your sides, take one large step forward into a lunge position.
Watch that your knee is at a 90 degree angle and the weight of your body is toward your front knee.
Hold the lunge position, contract your abs and rotate your torso to the same side as your front leg.
Your arms and medicine ball should turn with your torso until they are in line with your side.
Rotate back to the centre as you stand up and bring your arms back in front of you.
Walking lunge with twist
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Posted on 04 November 2013.
Medicine ball pull-overs Work your chest and lats with this Medicine ball exercise.How to:Lie on a bench with your lower back supported and stabilised.Hold a medicine ball straight up in the air.Slowly lower the medicine ball behind your head as far as you can, keeping arms lengthened with a soft elbow bend.Squeeze your chest and triceps as you bring the ball back to the original position above your chest.
Medicine ball pull-overs
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