Updated: Jul 9, 2019
My goal this year is to get stronger. So lately, instead of making up my workouts with just my bodyweight- I’ve been adding some weight to my workouts to challenge myself and start building more strength! And it doesn’t have to be complicated, it can be as simple as adding in just one good piece of equipment to your workout.
Since some of you have been sharing your interest in getting stronger this year as well, I thought I’d share this medicine ball workout that I love! Just one piece of equipment for an awesome, challenging workout!
Let’s get started. All you need is a little space, some water, and a medicine ball (at a weight of your choosing). If you’re interested, I’m using a 10 lb. med-ball.
Medicine Ball Workout
Set your timer for 20 minutes.
Complete 10-12 reps of each exercise.
Repeat circuit as many times as you can in 20 minutes!
If you need rest between rounds, take 30-90 seconds rest. Feel free to take a few sips of water during your break. If you’re using a heart rate sensor and PK Fitness, monitor your effort throughout your rest. If your effort dips below 50 it’s time to get moving again!