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If you want to build your very own superpower, you need to make a little noise. Body explosiveness like few other exercises – but you have to feel comfortable being loud.
Medicine Ball Slams are a dynamic exercise with little effect According to Don Saladino, power is in grapes. The coach has worked with actors such as Ryan Reynolds and Sebastian Stan, helping to develop super concepts for their headlines as comic heroes.
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Saladino loves the move because he serves so many purposes. They target your entire body and, depending on the pace, can turn a set of slams into muscular endurance training. "Med ball slams can be a great warm-up exercise to get your body started up and heart rate up," says Saladino. "It is also a safe exercise for people with limited range of motion."
To perform med-ball slams, you only need a medicine ball and a flat surface. Because the movement can be loud, make sure you have some space and your gym is welcome for tons of noise. If your gym does not have a great chance of slamming you should try this onnit ballistic option.
- Position yourself in a sporty position, your feet are shoulder width apart, and hold the medicine ball in both hands.
- Bend your knees and then put your weight on your toes while lifting the ball over your head. [19659013Hencetothehipsandpushthecorearoundtheballtotrytohitthroughtheground
- Catch the ball from the jump and then hold it with a handle under your hand.
- Bend your knees and then press your hips up to throw the ball in the air.
Add medicine ball slams to your next full body workout to increase your heart rate or increase your strength. Start with a light ball and start with 4 sets of 8 slams each.
For more superhero bodybuilding moves, check out all Superhero Fit Workouts or Saladino's full program.