5 MMA Inspired Medicine Ball Exercises You Should Be Doing
October 3, 2014 Updated April 13, 2018
Like most Unconventional Training methods, Medicine balls are an extremely versatile functional training tool that could be used as a complete fitness system by itself. The Medicine Ball naturally lends itself to full body rotational movements that engage core muscles unlike traditional implements and can also be used as an intense, functional endurance implement as well. Combining the Medicine Ball with MMA inspired exercises turns the tool into a specialized implement used to maximize full body engagement with every rep of every exercise that will up the ante on your next MMA training session.
Medicine Ball Exercise #1: Level Change Floor Cross
Medicine Ball Exercise #2: Dragon Outside Knee
Medicine Ball Exercise #3: Half Deck Squat to Post
Medicine Ball Exercise #4: Knee Ride
Medicine Ball Exercise #5: Angled Get Up
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