Topaz Medical Plyometric Exercises with the Medicine Ball Book

Topaz Medical Plyometric Exercises with the Medicine Ball Book

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    Learn how to do over 135 medicine ball exercises for the upper and lower body, as well as the trunk area. Easy to understand exercise descriptions and pictures. Get more out of your medicine balls with Dr. Donald Chu's "Plyometric Exercises With the Medicine Ball - Second Edition".

    The Best Way to Learn Medicine Ball Exercises

    The best way to learn medicine ball exercises is simply to experiment with them on your own. If you are new to medicine ball training, and donīt have a coach to help you, we suggest that you purchase a good medicine ball training book. Our favorite is "Plyometric Exercises with the Medicine Ball", by Donald Chu. This classic instructional book is light on text, but includes scores of simply illustrated example exercises. Itīs an excellent reference from which to experiment with medicine ball training.

    Why Gel-Filled Medicine Balls Work Best

    Gel-filled medicine balls combine a tough, but flexible outer shell with a semi-liquid gel center. Their compact and perfectly balanced shape make them easier to handle and their compliant surface flexes on impact, which greatly reduces the incidence of jammed fingers.

    Old fashioned leather medicine balls are typically as large as a basketball and due to the way they are constructed, are always out-of-round and unbalanced. This makes them difficult for most people to handle.

    A more recent change of the medicine ball is to mold it from solid rubber. This version is well balanced and considerably more durable than the previous leather versions, but itīs surface is hard and unforgiving. Playing catch with a rubber medicine ball is only slightly safer than playing catch with a bowling ball!

    MediballTM originated the gel-filled medicine ball more than 15 years ago and manufactures six sizes, ranging from 2 lbs. to 15 lbs. Each ballīs weight is permanently molded into its surface, and its alert red color makes them easy to see.

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