10-Minute Medicine Ball Workout | WebMD
Start seated with feet on ground, knees bent, holding med ball to your chest. Raise feet off ground into a low tabletop position. Twist torso to the right as you move knees to the left. Rotate back to center, then over to the left, with knees dropping slightly to the right. (Do not allow knees to touch ground.) Keep hips stable and core tight throughout. Alternate for 8 to 12 reps total.
Make it harder:Lie faceup and straighten legs up toward ceiling. Curl up and rotate slightly to the right, while you allow straight legs to fall toward the left side. Without allowing left feet to touch the ground, bring feet back up, then allow them to drop toward the right, while you crunch up and toward the left.
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