Virtual Fitness: How To Do A Medicine Ball Sideway Single Leg Throw and Catch

Sideway Single Leg Throw and Catch Is A Buddy Exercise That Strengthens The Core, Legs and Shoulders
INSTRUCTIONS

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INSTRUCTIONS
Bend knees. Stand on right foot. Have your partner stand to your right. Raise left foot off floor and toss ball to your partner. Perform desired number of repetitions. Then switch legs and repeat the exercise with your partner standing on the opposite side.

TECHNIQUE: Remain stable while maintaining neutral shoulders throughout the exercise. Keep chest up and toes pointed straight ahead.
MODIFICATION: 1) If you can’t stabilize, or absorb the weight during the catch, select a lighter medicine ball. 2) If the exercise is too difficult, bend knees and stand on both feet while tossing the ball to your partner.

EQUIPMENT: Medicine ball.

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Virtual Fitness: How To Do A Half Kneeling Medicine Ball Throw and Catch

Half Kneeling Medicine Ball Single Leg Throw and Catch Is A Buddy Exercise That Strengthens The Core and Shoulders
INSTRUCTIONS

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Kneel on right leg. Hold the medicine ball in both hands and bring it up to shoulder height. Toss the ball back and forth to your partner. Perform desired number of repetitions on right leg and then switch to left leg.

TECHNIQUE: Remain stable while maintaining neutral shoulders and hips throughout the exercise. Avoid leaning forward.

EQUIPMENT: Medicine ball.

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Virtual Fitness: How To Do A Medicine Ball Single Leg Throw and Catch

Single Leg Throw and Catch Is A Buddy Exercise That Strengthens The Core, Legs and Shoulders
INSTRUCTIONS

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Stand on both feet. Bend knees. Lift right foot off the floor. Toss the medicine ball back and forth to your partner while standing on left foot. Perform desired number of repetitions.

TECHNIQUE: Remain stable while maintaining neutral shoulders and hips throughout the exercise.
MODIFICATION: If the exercise is too difficult, try the Half Kneeling Medicine Ball Single Throw and Catch >link<. Or stand on both feet while tossing the ball.

EQUIPMENT: Medicine ball.

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Home Fitness Equipment: Power Systems Deck

HOW TO USE THE POWER SYSTEMS DECK: Abdominal Curls, Russian Twist, Moving Single Leg Glute Bridge, Decline Medicine Ball Crunch. Add tubing to the deck for additional exercises. Visit our Health & Fitness store for the demo exercise video showing how to attach and use tubing on the deck.

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Virtual Fitness: How To Do Fitness Band Squats

Perform a basic squat With a Fitness Band to Strengthen the outer hips
BENEFITS: Squatting is a bodyweight strength training exercise that works the thighs, legs, and gluteals. Adding a medicine ball will add work to the shoulders.
INSTRUCTIONS: Place the fitness band above your knees. As you descend, press the band outward to work the hips. A thicker band provides more resistance.
VARIATION: To increase the workload, hold a medicine ball in front of you, at shoulder height with elbows straight.

EXERCISE DOs and DONTs – As with all exercise programs, when using exercise videos that appear on this site, you need to use common sense. If your muscles are weak, either do the modifications, or don’t attempt this exercise if it’s too difficult for you. When starting an exercise program, be sure to discuss your plans with your healthcare provider