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Medicine Ball Training

Medicine Ball Training

Simple? Check. Effective? Check. Use a medicine ball as part of your personal training programme and you’ll soon see improvements in your strength, balance, co-ordination and much more.

What is medicine ball training?

A medicine ball is a weighted ball roughly the size of a basketball. With various weights available, you can use it whether you’re a newbie or veteran exerciser.

Why do you use medicine balls with KBPT clients?

Medicine balls are really good for explosive movements and can be used to switch up squats, crunches, lunges and other moves. Our personal trainers like to use them because they are:

  • Great for strength training
  • Easy to use at home, in a park or at the KBPT studio
  • Suitable for all ages and fitness levels 
  • Useful for improving your core strength, range of motion, balance, co-ordination, endurance and much more
  • Excellent at promoting explosive power (think fast and hard but still controlled)
  • A great tool when you’re working out with a partner 
  • Good for delivering a full body workout as well as working on your legs, arms and other specific parts of your body
  • A fantastic way to increase calorie burn before or after your workout 
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