Katie Austin Demonstrates How to Fix Your Form for 3 Medicine Ball Moves
All you need is a medicine ball and a little bit of floor space.
Adding a medicine ball to your workout can help tone your body, build strength, and improve your coordination and stability. These balls come in an array of different colors, weights, and sizes, and are a surprisingly cheap piece of workout equipment you can add to your home gym.
In the video above, fitness trainer and influencer Katie Austin demonstrates how to fix three medicine ball exercises you might be getting wrong. While the moves are basic, when you increase the difficulty level with a medicine ball, your form may suffer.
Here’s how to nail three common medicine ball exercises:
To fix: Don’t cross your legs; keep your chest up and shoulders back; be sure to fully rotate your torso.
To fix: Align your body from your head to your knees.
To fix: Lift your upper and lower body simultaneously.