Use a medicine ball in order to increase total body strength with the overhead toss drill.
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Our last total body move is called the overhead toss. So here we are again, linking the lower body core and upper body for a really powerful move. Today we are using an eight-pound medicine ball, but you can use a lighter ball, especially once you are learning the moves and as you get stronger, you can take or try something a little bit heavier. Okay, so the most important thing to remember is a nice strong squat and we are using the shoulder in this one and you are going to go for height. Coming up in through, linking it all together that is why it is called total body. Okay, so I want to see some really great power here. Squat down and power it nice, that was really good. Again, pushing through equally with both sides, awesome. You guys are getting really strong. Down squat and power up, good. Watch out to the right side, you knock both sides. Great, one more time you knock, nice. This is called the overhead toss. Give it one more go Kelly. So to summarize, with these four total body moves, you must have proper squat technique mastered in order to do this effectively. And really to link the legs and arms together by pushing with the arms as you are driving with the legs. And remember, we are trying to create a power with our legs and transfer it through to the hands.
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