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Medicine Ball Workout


As per available reports about through its 02 relevant journals, 08 Conferences, 103 Workshops are presently dedicated exclusively to Medicine Ball and about articles are being published on Medicine Ball.

A  Medicine Ball is heavy weighted ball that can be used for doing a variety of exercises that improves fitness, strength and coordination as well as help the sportsmen to recover from the wounds injuries. Medicine ball exercises are taken place differently on different parts of the body. To maintain the body flexibility and strength of the muscles, Here is the following exercises taken place: Full Body: Rock and Roll up: Lie down, back towards the mat, with the knees bent. Hold the medicine ball on the ground with arms fully extended overhead. Pull the knees in front of chest, to use the weight of the ball in a squat position. Then, slowly lower the back into a squat, and easily go back towards the floor. Squat Press and Throw: Take a squat position and take the medicine ball. Move through the heels to jump, and throw the ball straight up as high as possible.

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Let the ball drop down to the ground. Press it out for 10-15 repetition. Legs & Glutes: Step Jump: Hold the medicine ball towards the heart, while straddling the middle of a low bench. Drop into a squat until the tush makes contact with the bench. Stand about six inches from a bench or a platform, and jump onto it.. Carefully jump back down to the start position. Circle Squat: Stand holding a medicine ball at the right hip. Circle the ball overhead towards the left side, while stepping out the left leg into a squat. Circle the ball towards the right side of the body, then step back, and circle the ball back to the right. Chest and Back: Medicine Ball Push Up: Place the palms on the medicine ball, and shift your body weight forward in a plank position. Keep the head aligned and, slowly lower the chest toward the ball until it nearly touches, keep the elbows pinned tightly at your side. Finish the move by pressing upward through the arms. Pop the knees on the mat. Weighted Superman: Lie the face down on the mat with arms stretched out in front, holding a light weight medicine ball.

Then slowly raise the arms and legs up as high as possible. Hold the position at the top for a few counts. Then finally lower the body back down to the mat and repeat for 12-15 repetitions. Shoulders and Arms: Triceps extension: Hold a medicine ball in both the hands with the arms extended overhead, inner arms grazing the ears. Next, bend the elbows, lowering the ball behind the head until the arms form a 45-degree angle. Straighten the arms, and bring the ball back to the starting position. Bicep Curl: Stand with feet shoulder-width apart, holding the medicine ball in both the hands at the chest position. Keep the elbows close to the body, lower the ball towards the ground until the arms are fully extended. Curl the ball back to the chest. Lower the arms back to the start position.

Market Analysis:

Medicine balls, are available in different sizes, shape and weight (up to 150 pounds), these weighted spheres can help the sportsman in improving the muscular power and sports performance. These balls can be thrown and caught making for the explosive medicine ball movements that can improve the overall athletic ability.

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Relevant Societies and Associations:

  • Pharmaceutical Society of New Zealand
  • Royal Pharmaceutical Society
  • Pharmaceutical Society of Australia
  • General Pharmaceutical Council
  • Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland
  • Pharmaceutical Society of South Africa
  • Packaging Association
  • Phoenix Society
  • Label Printing Industries of America (LPIA)
  • Packaging and Label Gravure Association
  • Turkish Label Association
  • American Board of Obesity Medicine, USA
  • American Heart Association, USA
  • Association of body mass index, USA
  • Combined associations of pre pregnancy & body mass index, Russia
  • American Diabetes Association, USA
  • Combined associations of body-mass index and abdominal adiposity, Canada
  • Association of Body Mass Index and Mortality, Germany
  • Society for Exercise Physiology, Canada
  • The Obesity Society, USA
  • North American Society for the Study of Obesity (NAASO), USA

Companies:

  • Global source
  • Thomas net
  • Rogue fitness
  • Physical company
  • Dynamax
  • Lineaus Athletic Company
  • Tanita Company, USA
  • ViSalus, UK
  • Hocoma, Switzerland
  • The AIM companies, Australia
  • Dream Body weight loss, USA
  • Plexus Worldwide makers, USA
  • Isagenix International, USA
  • Phen375™, USA
  • EPX Body, USA
  • Curves, Russia

List of Related Journals:

  • Journal of Community Medicine & Health Education
  • Research & Reviews: Journal of Medical and Health Sciences
  • International Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
  • Journal of Yoga and Physical Therapy
  • Journal of Sports Medicine & Doping Studies
  • Journal of Aerobics and Fitness

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