Instructions for Single Arm Medicine Ball Push-Ups

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Instructions for Single Arm Medicine Ball Push-Ups

This page will teach you how to do Single Arm Medicine Ball Push-Ups. This advanced push-up exercise utilizes a medicine ball and will improve your martial arts strength by working your arms, shoulders and chest. It also helps your overall balance, coordination and core strength given the modest instability provided by the medicine ball. For an even more advanced version of this exercise, try alternating single hand medicine ball push ups.

For additional exercises and push-up techniques (i.e. Knuckle Push-Ups), please visit the main Martial Arts Strength Training page.

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