Medicine Ball Lunges to Single Arm Curl

STRENGTH

How to Do

How to Do Medicine Ball Lunges to Single Arm Curl

Must have good lower back posture.

Must have good coordination between upper and lower body.

Must not have excessive forward rounding of the shoulders.

Should be able to perform a classic lunge with good posture.

Should be able to perform a classic bicep curl with good posture

Muscle list doesn't include Abductors or Core or Total body

Beginning

Beginning Medicine Ball Lunges

1. Stand straight with chest up, shoulders back, feet shoulder width-apart.

2. Adequate floor space, and a medicine ball in hand palm facing out.

Movement

Medicine Ball Lunges Movement

1. Breathing in, lunge down while simultaneously lowering arm into the bottom of a bicep curl.

2. Pause here and hold the lunge for a couple of breaths.

3. Breathing out, stand back up while curling the medicine ball up to chest level.

4. As you become accustomed to the movement, continue to increase your range of motion.

5. Standing up faster will transfer momentum into and assist bicep curl.

Benefits

Medicine Ball Lunges Benefits

Improves strength/definition in Quadriceps/front of the upper thigh.

Improves strength/definition in Hamstrings/back of the upper thigh.

Improves strength/definition in bicep/front of the upper arm.

Improves rotator cuff/shoulder strength/stability.

Improves coordination between upper and lower body.

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