Medicine Ball Workout

Hi everyone!

I hope you all are enjoying the month of May and taking every opportunity to get active and make healthier decisions. When it comes to fitness, there are numerous ways to workout and to get active. From free weights, plyometric, TRX, cardio, bodyweight exercises…the list goes on! Throughout this list, I have narrowed down to one of my very favorite methods of training: the medicine ball! My clients love the medicine ball, because we can easily regress or progress from an exercise; we can take our training outdoors since they are durable enough to withstand outside activity and there are just simply so many different ways to train.


In the video above, I have demonstrated five ways that I use a medicine ball to train my clients. You can do this anywhere, and all you need is just one medicine ball that you can get from any of the following stores: Target, Dicks Sporting Goods or Amazon! I used an eight-pound ball in this video. Feel free to change the weight to your liking. Other than that, let’s get moving!


I hope everyone enjoys the video and workout! And remember, a one-hour workout is four percent of your day that will change 100 percent of your life!

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