Med ball throws are a great rotational exercise for building strength in the core, hips, and back. Stand sideways approximately three feet from a wall. Twist the hips and torso to throw the medicine ball against the wall. Release, catch, and repeat.
What are rotational core exercises?
Twisting, or rotational core exercises, are great for strengthening your abs, especially the obliques, as they target those small stabilizing muscles located in the trunk. These types of exercises are considered transverse plane movements because they require you to revolve your muscles around your spine.
How is rotating exercise done?
What does rotation mean in exercise?
Rotation is your body’s way to create horizontal force from a standing position. The process is a synchronized motion starting at your feet and typically finishing with your hands. RELATED: Exercise of the Week: Med Ball Rotational Throws. One of the best examples of rotation is throwing a ball.