Medicine Ball Seated Back Twist Throw (with partner standing)

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Medicine Ball Seated Back Twist Throw (with partner standing)

Instructions

Preparation

Sit on floor with legs far apart or sit straddled on bench. Turns torso to one side with reaching hand above other hand, ready to receive ball from behind. Partner stands with medicine ball throwing distance behind slightly over to receiving side.

Execution

Partner tosses ball to receiving side. Catch medicine ball and immediately move ball to opposite side by rotating torso. Pull medicine ball beside far hip. Immediately rotate torso back to opposite side and throw ball back to partner. Repeat same sequence. When finished, receive ball from opposite direction and continue.

Comments

Start slow, gradually increasing speed throughout set. Perform prescribed repetitions or time. See Spot Reduction Myth. Also see Medicine Ball Seated Twist Throw.

Classification

 Utility: Plyometric
 Mechanics: Isolated
 Force: Pull

Force (Articulation)

Dynamic

Static

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