EXERCISE THAT CAN BE PERFORMED WITH THE MEDICINE BALL
The Power Crunch is a high intensity abdominal exercise. Use it to strengthen the abdominal muscles, increase athletic power, and help prevent lower back injuries.
The Tricep Bounce is a plyometric exercise for strengthening the tricep muscles of the arm. Variations of this exercise are also effective for rehabilitating elbow, wrist and hand injuries.
The Chest Pass is a good general purpose strengthening exercise for the chest, shoulders and arms.
The Sidearm Pass is an excellent exercise for all upper body muscles. The twisting component of this exercise mimics the torso rotating motion of many sports such as baseball and golf.
The Overhead Pass strengthens the muscles of the back, shoulders and arms.
The Underhand Pass, although deceptively simple in appearance, is a strenuous conditioning exercise for the lower back.
The Seated twist conditions both the lower back and the rotational muscles of the torso. Performing it in a seated position prevents the hip and leg muscles from assisting in the exercise, forcing the torso muscles to provide all of the necessary control.
The High-Low drill is a strenuous full body conditioning exercise that focuses on vertical boody motion.
SIDE TO SIDE DRILL
The Hyperextended Pass is an advanced exercise that strengthens the muscles of the upper back, lower back, and glutes.
2-MAN BOUNCE PASS
The 2-Man Bounce Pass shows one of the many ways that the Rebounder can be used simultaneously by two or more people.
DOUBLE REBOUNDER DRILL
The Double Rebounder Drill is an advanced exercise that requires the use of two (or more) Rebounders. This exercise uses multiple Rebounders to accelerate the development of hand-eye coordination.