How to do medicine ball exercises for kids?

Medicine Ball Exercises benefits a lot to health, and it is a safe, fun and effective way for children. So many people in the US encourage their kids to do such exercise daily. Here we tell you how to do medicine ball exercises for children.

Medicine Ball Exercises for Women

Russian Twists is a popular medicine ball exercise that works well for the muscles of the abdomen and hips. You can follow the below steps to do that.

  • Step 1: Stand with his feet about shoulder-width apart while holding a medicine ball away from his body at belly-button height.
  • Step 2: Tell him to turn his body to the right until the ball is behind his right hip.
  • Step 3: Finally, ask your kids to turn to the left to perform the exercise in the opposite direction.

Medicine Ball Squat is another good way of medicine ball exercises for kids. By doing that you can strengthens the muscles of the upper legs and lower back. Do that following the below steps.

  • Step 1: Start from the same position as Russian twists, make your child flex her hips and knees to drop her upper legs until they are parallel to the ground.
  • Step 2: Extend your hips and knees and return to the starting position .Make sure that the ball remains at belly-button height throughout the exercise.
  • Step 3: Do not allow her to round her back or drop her head.

Diagonal Chops is similar as Russian twists, it work the muscles that rotate the trunk, but also the muscles of the shoulders and upper back by adding a chopping motion with the arms.Start that exercise as below.

  • Step 1: To perform this exercise, make your child stand with her body and left foot turned to the right while holding a medicine ball with both hands above her right ear.
  • Step 2: Then turn your kid around and move the ball down and to the left until it is outside the left knee.
  • Step 3: Then make THE reverse along the same path until the ball is above THE right ear again. S
  • Step 4: Repeat this on the opposite side.

Besides, two-hand wall pass is one of the most common medicine ball exercises for kids. It helps to build power in the arm muscle and supper back.