Strength

Med Ball Trunk Rotation

Master the Med Ball Trunk Rotation exercise to strengthen your core, specifically abs and obliques. Enhance balance, stability, and rotational power. Ideal for toning midsection and building athletic strength.
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Med Ball Trunk Rotation instructions
Step-by-step instructions
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Begin by sitting on the floor with your knees bent and your feet flat on the ground.
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Hold a medicine ball in both hands at the center of your chest, keeping your back straight.
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Lean back slightly with a straight back, this will be your starting position.
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Keeping your core tight, rotate your upper body and the medicine ball to your right, touching the ball to the floor if possible.
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Return to center and then rotate to your left. Keep your hips and legs as still as possible. Repeat for the programmed number of reps.
Begin by sitting on the floor with your knees bent and your feet flat on the ground.
Hold a medicine ball in both hands at the center of your chest, keeping your back straight.
Lean back slightly with a straight back, this will be your starting position.
Keeping your core tight, rotate your upper body and the medicine ball to your right, touching the ball to the floor if possible.
Return to center and then rotate to your left. Keep your hips and legs as still as possible. Repeat for the programmed number of reps.
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