Medicine Ball Lunges With Diagonal Reach and Foam Roller

STRENGTH

How to Do

How to Do Medicine Ball Lunges With Diagonal Reach and Foam Roller

The medicine ball lunges with diagonal reach and foam roller should begin with good posture to avoid injury. Brace the spine by drawing your lower abdomen inward. Your core muscles should be activated to support your posture as you perform the exercise.

If any pain is experienced, immediately stop the medicine ball lunges with diagonal reach and foam roller.

Beginning

Beginning Medicine Ball Lunges

1. Place a foam roller on the floor at right angles to the body.

2. Activate core and buttocks by drawing navel towards spine and squeezing buttocks. Carefully place one foot on the roller.

3. Once you feel stable, shift the position of the rear foot back away from the roller until a good lunging position is created.

4. Position the medicine ball on the outside of the knee closest to the floor.

Movement

Medicine Ball Lunges Movement

1. Start in a static lunge position, with your front foot positioned on the roller.

2. Lift the medicine ball in a diagonal direction towards the opposite shoulder while allowing the rear knee to descend towards the floor.

3. When you have reached the opposite shoulder with the medicine ball and the lunge has also been completed, allow the medicine ball to diagonally return to the outside of the knee at the same time pushing through the front leg to raise the hips to original starting position.

Benefits

Medicine Ball Lunges Benefits

A medicine ball is frequently used to develop core strength, which entails strengthening the muscles in your belly and back. Through optimal alignment, this aids in balance, posture, and general wellness.

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