Exercises With Medicine Ball

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Best 9 Exercises With Medicine Ball

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Medicine Ball Side Step Squat
Medicine Ball Side Step Squat
Medicine Ball Side Step Squat

Medicine Ball Side Step Squat

Medicine Ball Side Step Squat is a strength exercise that works your quadriceps and is a great moderate move. When done correctly, it can effectively target your buttocks, hips, legs, lower body and upper legs. It requires medicine ball to do.

Medicine Ball Chest Pass
Medicine Ball Chest Pass
Medicine Ball Chest Pass

Medicine Ball Chest Pas

Medicine Ball Chest Pass is a strength exercise that works your pecs, lower pecs and upper pecs and is a great basic move. When done correctly, it can effectively target your chest, lower chest, upper body and upper chest. It requires medicine ball to do.

How to do Medicine Ball Chest Pass

  • You will use either a friend or a wall in this exercise.

  • START out standing up straight with your feet shoulder width apart with an exercise in between your hands flat to your arms.

  • Extend from the elbow to drive the medicine ball forward into your companion or the ground.

  • Receive the throw back with both of your hands at chest level and perform for as many reps and sets as needed.

Seated Ball Toss With Partner
Seated Ball Toss With Partner
Seated Ball Toss With Partner

Seated Ball Tos With Partner

Seated Ball Toss With Partner are a strength exercise that works your lower abs and upper abs and are a great moderate move. When done correctly, they can effectively target your core and waist. They require medicine ball to do.

Plank With Medicine Ball Pass With Partner
Plank With Medicine Ball Pass With Partner
Plank With Medicine Ball Pass With Partner

Plank With Medicine Ball Pass With Partner

Plank With Medicine Ball Pass With Partner is a bodyweight exercise that works your deltoids, obliques, lower abs, front deltoids, upper abs and transverse abs and is a great moderate move. When done correctly, it can effectively target your core, shoulders, upper body and waist. It requires medicine ball to do.

One Arm Medicine Ball Supine Overhead Throw
One Arm Medicine Ball Supine Overhead Throw

One Arm Medicine Ball Supine Overhead Throw

One Arm Medicine Ball Supine Overhead Throw is a strength exercise that works your abs and is a great basic move. When done correctly, it can effectively target your core and waist. It requires medicine ball to do.

How to do One Arm Medicine Ball Supine Overhead Throw

  • Start out lying on the ground with your back to the floor with your legs bent, holding a ball in one hand stretched behind your head with the other arm on your left.

  • Forcefully rise up from your knees, in a sit up gesture, and chuck the ball immediately in front of you as though you were aiming for a maximum run.

  • Bounce the ball off a wall back to you and repeat or let a friend catch and deliver the ball back to you for as many attempts and set as needed.

Medicine Ball Overhead Slam
Medicine Ball Overhead Slam

Medicine Ball Overhead Slam

Medicine Ball Overhead Slam is a strength exercise that works your deltoids, lats, lower abs, front deltoids, upper abs and side deltoids and is a great basic move. When done correctly, it can effectively target your . It requires medicine ball to do.

How to do Medicine Ball Overhead Slam

  • Start out standing up straight with your feet shoulder width apart with your arms behind your head carrying a medicine ball.

  • Raise the ball over your head completely spreading your body and back.

  • Using your momentum, drive the ball into the field in front of you as fast as you can and follow through.

  • For the follow through collect the ball from the bounce back.

  • Repeat with as many reps and sets as needed.

Split Squat With Ball Toss
Split Squat With Ball Toss

Split Squat With Ball Toss

Split Squat With Ball Toss is a strength exercise that works your deltoids, quadriceps, rear deltoids, front deltoids and side deltoids and is a great moderate move. When done correctly, it can effectively target your buttocks, hips, legs, lower body, shoulders, upper body and upper legs. It requires medicine ball to do.

Medicine Ball Chest Push
Medicine Ball Chest Push

Medicine Ball Chest Push

Medicine Ball Chest Push is a strength exercise that works your pecs and is a great basic move. When done correctly, it can effectively target your chest, upper body and upper chest. It requires medicine ball to do.

How to do Medicine Ball Chest Push

  • Start out in a prone stance facing either a wall or a friend, with a medicine ball being placed in your legs.

  • Explode out to push the ball out in front of you as fast as possible with your feet and then carry up by dropping over and protecting yourself with your fingertips.

  • Go directly back to the starting point and replicate for as many reps and sets as needed.

Medicine Ball Backward Throw
Medicine Ball Backward Throw

Medicine Ball Backward Throw

Medicine Ball Backward Throw is a strength exercise that works your traps and deltoids and is a great basic move. When done correctly, it can effectively target your neck, shoulders, upper back and upper body. It requires medicine ball to do.

How to do Medicine Ball Backward Throw

  • You should either use a buddy or stand in front of a wall for this workout.

  • Start off standing a few steps away from your partner with your back to them.

  • Bend over towards the floor with your neck nearly parallel to the ground with your feet somewhat twisted holding an exercise ball between your hands in between your thighs.

  • And in turn, firmly stretch your arms above your head and chuck the ball behind your head into your parter, going along with the throw so that you can sense it inside your shoulders.

  • The friend must then grab the ball and bring it back to you.

  • Repeat with as many reps and sets as needed.

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Check out these 51 exercises which target your core, waist, upper body, shoulders and hips. Most of them require either medicine ball or or dumbbells and you can do them either at gym or outdoor or at home.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How many exercises with medicine ball are there?

Now we have 51 such exercises in our Directory.

What muscles do these exercises target?

Most of the exercises work abs, obliques, lower abs, upper abs and pecs.

Where can one do these exercises?

You can do most of these exercises either at gym or outdoor or at home.