Medicine Ball Rotational Lunge With Throw and Catch

STRENGTH

How to Do

How to Do Medicine Ball Rotational Lunge With Throw and Catch

The medicine ball rotational lunge with throw and catch 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 rotational lunge with throw and catch.

Beginning

Beginning Rotational Lunge Mb Throw Catch

1. Stand about three feet away from a wall, sideways.

2. Throw the medicine ball against the wall by twisting your hips and torso. Repeat the process of releasing, catching, and releasing again.

3. To build strength, use heavier weights for 6-8 reps on each side.

4. Make sure you release the ball and don't fall into the trap of throwing with your arms. Allow the hips to build power and strength.

Movement

Rotational Lunge Mb Throw Catch Movement

1. Hold the medicine ball in front of your body at waist height and stand tall.

2. To produce additional force from the lower body, descend into a low squat while keeping the torso erect, arms outstretched, and a ball in front of the body.

3. Extend vertically from the knees and hips, accelerating the body forward in the same way as a squat jump and maintaining an extended arm position throughout the jump; if enough force is generated during the throw, the feet are likely to leave the ground.

4. Pull the medicine ball upward along the body at the peak of the squat for maximum height on the throw; the direction of the throw can be vertical or slightly forward, especially if passing to a partner.

5. At the finish of the throw, the body can stretch off the ground, especially if it is a forceful effort; When the ball goes back down, make sure it doesn't hit you.

Benefits

Rotational Lunge Mb Throw Catch Benefits

The medicine ball, often known as a slam ball, is an extremely helpful and adaptable workout item. While doing dynamic motions, allows you to add resistance and weight. These strenuous motions will work your entire body from head to toe, raising your heart rate to dangerously high levels.

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