As far back as 3000 years ago, the first Medicine Balls were used by Persian wrestlers for strength training and rehabilitation. Today, Medicine Balls vary in size from 1-11 kgs and are used for plyometric weight training to amplify the explosive power in athletes across all sports. The versatile exercises performed with a Medicine Ball focus on building core strength in the chest, arms and legs. The exercises can be performed alone or with a partner.
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Are Medicine Balls For You?
Engages stabiliser muscles
Ensure proper posture and body alignment to prevent injury
Distribute your weight evenly in the heels while doing a squat. Keep your feet closer to engage your core