24 thoughts on “Total Body Medicine Ball Workout – Medicine Ball Exercises”

  1. FitnessBlender

    You could also use a dumbbell (for most of the exercises) if you have one handy 🙂

  2. FitnessBlender

    Go get one! Just kidding, if you don’t have one, I would recommend checking out any one of our other many, many workout videos that don’t require any equipment at all. Some of the exercises in this routine are specifically meant for a medicine ball (i.e. the MB push ups or MB slams) but many of them could be done with some other weight – just don’t try to slam any dumbbells on the floor because it wont work 😉 -Kelli

  3. Totally love the way you’ve formatted these videos. They keep one engaged through out the workout unlike most that show you what to do and leave you to it. Thanks so much and God bless!

  4. FitnessBlender

    Sounds good, that video is now on the list 🙂 Thank you for the kind message, we really appreciate that. -Kelli

  5. vyacheslavbernard

    Well done! Excellent workout. Your videos are one of the best on youtube by quality and content. Can you please make a video, in the near future, about whole body stretch before and after a workout. Keep up the good work.

  6. I`ve just finished doing this workout, and it kick`s ass! Thanks a lot for all your videos, they rock!

  7. Oh Betty White your such a sweet old woman but I don’t really want to see you on an excercise video.

  8. FitnessBlender

    Because you are driven & motivated to be healthy! Way to wake up and beat yourself up a bit, in the best way possible. People who workout on Monday mornings are warriors! Nice job. -Kelli

  9. For the jack knife ab workout. What size lbs. medicine ball would you recommend for someone starting out?

  10. This is a terrific workout – but the Medicine Ball Slams are not very apartment friendly 🙂 What can I sub for those?

  11. FitnessBlender

    Thank you for the feedback. We don’t want to give people an excuse or opportunity to walk away from a workout 😉

  12. FitnessBlender

    Focus on form & less on depth of the movement at first – as you get stronger, it will come for you.

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