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Studies have shown that medicine ball training can be more effective than conventional strength training at boosting throwing and swinging performance.
The group might run stadium stairs 100 times, then rotate through stations of kettle bells, jump ropes, sled pulls, burpees and medicine ball throws.
Ergonomics — or the science of designing the workplace — has become a popular buzzword over the past few years, as standing desks become increasingly trendy and more and more of your co-workers are replacing standard chairs with medicine balls.
Two-hour Kiakahi sessions incorporate éropes, sandbags, medicine balls, jump rope, pohaku, or rocks, and laau, or long wooden sticks.
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Definition of medicine ball for English Language Learners
: a heavy leather-covered ball that is used for exercises
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