Medicine Ball Body Weight Workout Video

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medicine ball bodyweight workout Medicine Ball Body Weight Workout VideoThis bodyweight workout video is designed to increase your heart rate and burn a lot of calories. Because it is very high intensity make sure to follow the described rest time and reps of all the exercises to ensure that you are getting the most out of this workout. All you will need for this workout video is a medicine ball and a positive mindset ready to work hard! This workout will really test your body weight strength as well as your muscular endurance. It is really a great workout for those that want to get into shape and burn calories but also want to stimulate all the muscle groups with strength exercises.

Follow this medicine ball body weight workout video and get in to great shape!

Written below for your convenience is the body weight/medicine ball workout video in written form. If you have any questions at all regarding this workout, we will be happy to answer them.

 

Body weight Workout/Medicine Ball Workout Video Write-Up:

– Medicine Ball Rolling Pushup – 12 reps

– No Rest

– Body Weight Squats – 25 reps

– Rest 20-30 seconds

– Staggered Push-ups (6 reps on one side and then complete 6 reps on the other side)

– no rest

– Straight Leg Jumps – 1 minute

– Rest 20-30 seconds

– Side To Side Push-ups – 10 reps

– no rest

– Warrior Slam – 10 reps

– Rest 20-30 seconds

– Leg Up Push-up – 6 reps each side

– No rest

– Toss and Crunch – 20 reps

– Rest 20-30 seconds

– Vikings – 10 reps

– Rest 20-30 seconds

– Get Up and Go’s – 10 reps

– Rest 20-30 seconds

– Side Jumps – 20 reps

– No rest

– Shoulder Press – 2o reps

– No Rest

– Shoulder In n Outs – 20 reps

– No Rest

– Medicine Ball Curls – 20 reps

– No Rest

– Medicine Ball Extensions – 20 reps

– No Rest

– Squat Holds – 30 seconds

– No rest

– Body weight squats – 20 reps

Repeat the following circuit of exercises 1-2 more times!

You are finished with the medicine ball body weight workout! Make sure to keep hydrated and consume adequate post-workout nutrition consisting of simple carbs and protein!

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