Post Tagged with: "Medicine ball Exercises"

by / on September 10, 2012 at 1:00 pm / in Fitness

Car Pushes as Cardio Workout

An interesting thing about exercises is that some of them are born from everyday situations. It is not like two bodybuilders are sitting in the gym and try to think of new exercises, but the fact that a malfunctioned car in the middle of nowhere can be a creator of a great workout exercise. Almost every driver has found himself […]

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by / on March 16, 2012 at 3:05 pm / in Excersise advices

The Beauty of a Morning Exercise

Mornings are the indicators of the day. Some people say that form the beuty of the morning you will know what kind of day it will be; beautiful morning – beautiful day. There is not a single person on this planet that doesn’t enjoy a sunny morning. Even though waking up early is a ‘nightmare’ for some people, they too […]

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by / on December 6, 2011 at 8:00 pm / in Fitness, Health, Motivation

Looking in the Mirror while Exercising

Exercising the right way is very important. Let’s write/read that one again- very important. As mentioned many times before on Train Body and Mind, the body needs proper repetitions and exercises, otherwise it won’t be able to give you the required results. Don’t be ashamed to look in the mirror in the Gym, or think that you are being a […]

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by / on February 19, 2011 at 2:20 pm / in Body Building, Fitness

Medicine ball Push-ups

The classic push up exercise has been a theme in Train Body and Mind many a times, its variations also; there is a great push up variation with the medicine ball that will defiantly put your push up abilities to the test and push you forward physically. Medicine ball Push-ups The body position for the exercise remains the same (lying […]

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by / on February 18, 2011 at 1:09 pm / in Body Building, Fitness

Medicine Ball Exercises – Curls

Hamstring Curls Lie on the floor facing down and hold the medicine ball with your feet. Make a curl a simple curl with the knees and then return the legs in to initial position. You can make a throwing variation of the exercise with a partner who stands in above your waist. So when you make the curl, throw the […]

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