Medicine Ball Woodchops Kneeling on Swiss Ball With Eyes Closed

STRENGTH

How to Do

How to Do Medicine Ball Woodchops Kneeling on Swiss Ball With Eyes Closed

Each medicine ball woodchops kneeling on swiss ball with eyes closed should begin with a 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 this medicine ball woodchops kneeling on swiss ball with eyes closed.

Beginning

Beginning Medicine Ball Woodchops Kneeling on Swiss Ball With Eyes Closed

1. Hold the ball with your palms up.

2. Stand perpendicular to the wall, about 3 feet away, with your right shoulder facing the wall.

3. Squat down with your knees bent and the ball on the outside of your left hip.

4. Pivot your left foot, rotate, and throw the ball at the wall while extending your legs to stand.

5. Maintain this position in order to catch the ball. Return to the starting point and repeat.

Movement

Medicine Ball Woodchops Kneeling on Swiss Ball With Eyes Closed Movement

1. First, you are going to get onto a stability ball with your knees on it.

2. Give yourself an appropriate amount of time to find balance.

3. Using a medicine ball you are going to start with your hands at the 2 o'clock position.

4. With your eyes closed, you are going to bring that medicine ball in your hands in a diagonal straight line.

5. It will be going from the 2 o'clock position to the 8 o'clock position as if you were chopping wood

Benefits

Medicine Ball Woodchops Kneeling on Swiss Ball With Eyes Closed Benefits

The primary advantage of exercising with a Swiss ball is that the body responds to the instability of the ball in order to maintain balance, resulting in increased activation of core muscles, which can result in improved back and spine health, core stability, posture, and muscle balance.

Exercise Aliases

Exercises With Stability Ball, Exercises With Medicine Ball, Medicine Ball Workouts.

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