Rotational Medicine Ball Squats With Shoulder Flexion

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How to Do

How to Do Rotational Medicine Ball Squats With Shoulder Flexion

The rotational medicine ball squats with shoulder flexion 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 rotational medicine ball squats with shoulder flexion.

Beginning 

Beginning Rotational Medicine Ball Squat

1. Rotate your upper body and arms from side to side, with each hip contacting the ground.

2. Move as quickly as possible while keeping your feet above the ground.

3. Hold a med ball in both hands at your chest and stand with your feet hip-width to shoulder-width apart to do the Squat and Throw.

Movement

Rotational Medicine Ball Squat Movement

1. Start off by standing tall with your feet about shoulder width, chest out, shoulders back, and back straight. Both of your feet should be facing straight ahead.

2. Bend at the knees and hold a medicine ball with both hands on the side of it. The medicine ball should be a couple of inches from the floor.

3. From this position simultaneously bring the medicine ball across your body while coming up from the squat position. From here, both of your legs should be straight while your hips are slightly twisted.

4. Return to the starting position by untwisting your hips, returning the medicine ball to its original position before descending into a squat position.

5. Repeat.

Benefits

Rotational Medicine Ball Squat Benefits

The wall ball squat workout raises your heart rate, which helps you improve your cardiorespiratory fitness while also burning calories. It also aids in the development of explosive force, which is required in many athletic pursuits.

Exercise Aliases

Advanced Medicine Ball Exercises, Squat Shoulder Flexion, Shoulder Flexion Variations, How To Do Advanced Shoulder Flexions with Rotation, Shoulder Flexion with Medicine Ball

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