The medicine ball chest pass is a medicine ball, plyometrics, and total body exercise that primarily targets the chest and to a lesser degree also targets the abs, biceps, forearms, lats and quads ...more
The medicine ball chest pass is a medicine ball, plyometrics, and total body exercise that primarily targets the chest and to a lesser degree also targets the abs, biceps, forearms, lats and quads.
The only medicine ball chest pass equipment that you really need is the following: medicine ball. There are however many different medicine ball chest pass variations that you can try out that may require different types of medicine ball chest pass equipment or maye even require no equipment at all.
Learning proper medicine ball chest pass form is easy with the step by step medicine ball chest pass instructions, medicine ball chest pass tips, and the instructional medicine ball chest pass technique video on this page. The medicine ball chest pass is a exercise for those with a intermediate level of physical fitness and exercise experience. Watch the medicine ball chest pass video, learn how to do the medicine ball chest pass, and then be sure and browse through the medicine ball chest pass workouts on our workout plans page!
- Keep yourself balanced on your feet. Don't sit back on your heels.
- Throw ball up a little on the wall, move closer, or throw harder if ball is coming off the wall below your chest.
- Bend knees and lower hips down into a partial squat.
- Step forward with right foot and pass ball. Alternate feet.
- Chest pass with a partner instead of using a wall.
- Squat down and then chest pass ball against wall as you come up from squat.
- Force Type: Push
- Mechanics Type: Compound
Medicine Ball - Chest Pass
January 18, 2010
- Standing in athletic position 3-4 feet away from wall holding a medicine ball in front of chest with arms straight
- Bring ball to chest and immediately throw ball as hard as possible into wall
- Catch ball and return to start position
- Repeat for prescribed number of repetitions
- Maintain perfect posture with stomach tight
- Do not pause with ball at chest
You Should Feel It
- Working the chest and arms
- Exercise can be performed continuously without pausing
Tags: Power, Elasticity, Strength, Medicine Ball, Upper Body Push, Chest