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Medicine Ball

The first test exercise!

The first test exercise!

A.

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B.

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C.

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The first test exercise!

The first test exercise!

A.

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B.

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C.

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Ball-Weighted Jumping Jacks

Ball-Weighted Jumping Jacks

A.

A. Holding a 10 to 12 pound medicine ball, extend your arms overhead as you jump out.

B.

B. Bring the ball back to your chest as you jump back in.

Medicine Ball Mountain Climber

Medicine Ball Mountain Climber

A.

Position a medicine ball directly below chest and place hands on top of ball. Extend legs with toes on floor, assuming plank position. Keeping core engaged, draw right knee into chest.

B.

With control, quickly switch sides, stepping back with right foot while drawing left knee into chest. Continue to alternate sides as quickly as possible.

Woodchop with Medicine Ball

Woodchop with Medicine Ball

A.

Begin in a split stance with left foot forward. Hold a medicine ball with both hands, arms extended with ball positioned above left shoulder.

B.

Keeping core engaged and arms extended, draw ball down and across body to right hip. Reverse the movement, returning to starting position and repeat.

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