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medicine ball

n.
A large heavy stuffed ball used in conditioning exercises.

medicine ball

n
(General Sporting Terms) a heavy ball used for physical training

med′icine ball`


n.
a solid, heavy, leather-covered ball tossed for exercise.
[1890–95]
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Noun1.medicine ball - heavy ball used in physical trainingmedicine ball - heavy ball used in physical training
ball - round object that is hit or thrown or kicked in games; "the ball travelled 90 mph on his serve"; "the mayor threw out the first ball"; "the ball rolled into the corner pocket"
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debrief hotel then chs His exercises saw them working with sticks and medicine balls to improve fitness at Tottenham's training HQ in Hertfordshire.
Each School also received Speed & Agility ladders, Agility cones, Agility poles with foot pieces, Skipping ropes, Physio balls, Medicine balls, Sandbells, Kettlebells, Foam rollers, Aerobic mats, Stopwatches, Measuring tape, Training Manuals, DVDs, Bleep and YoYo CDs.
Black and white photos and charts throughout accompany routines that may require unusual equipment, from heavy ropes and kettlebells to sandbags and medicine balls.
Cissik, an author, strength and conditioning specialist, personal trainer, and coach who works with athletic professionals and children, and Dawes, a professor of health sciences, coach, personal trainer, and post-rehabilitation and strength and conditioning specialist, offer 147 high-intensity exercises using the tools of bodyweight training, sprinting, medicine balls, suspension training, kettlebells, sandbags, and alternative training formats, in addition to programs for power, strength, endurance, quickness, agility, tactical training, and total-body conditioning, with information on the conditioning needs of each and how to integrate maximum interval training into the larger workout.
Aitken has enlisted personal trainer Michelle Anderson to work with the squad and she put them through two hours of circuit training that involved boxing, kettlebells, ropes and medicine balls before an intense spin-fit session on static bikes.
Pacquiao hammers medicine balls, Mayweather chops wood.
You can use bodyweight, dumbbells, barbells, kettlebell, Vipr, TRX, resistance bands, power bags, cables and medicine balls.
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wap machine weights for functional training INSTEAD of doing machines, where they often only work one muscle at a time, try functional training such as using cables, RX, medicine balls, kettlebells or battle ropes.
The app features 1,700 unique exercises, links to more than 1,000 high-definition demonstration videos and comprehensive workouts for all sorts of home equipment including barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells, resistance bands and medicine balls.
The strength training moves could involve equipment such as barbells, dumbbells and medicine balls, or consist of body-weight exercises, like wall sits, crunches and push-ups.