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How To : Do medicine ball power press toss ups for height

Learn how to do medicine ball power press toss ups for height. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life. Benefits There's a reason NBA players have such big shoulders. For this exercise, you'll use a medicine ball to throw high vertical tosses as you power out of a sq ...more

Change a Roadside Flat Tire : The Definitive Guide

Someday, maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but someday, you'll find yourself on the road in your car, maybe on the highway, and you'll hear something. With your air conditioning on full blast and your stereo so loud your ears feel like they are bleeding, you normally would ...more

How To : Exercise with the trunk rotation ball pass

Learn how to exercise by doing the trunk rotation with a partner back-to-back medicine ball pass. EXERCISE DETAILS: Primary Muscle Group: abs and obliques Secondary Muscle Group: abs and obliques, chest, pec minor, rhomboids, serratus anterior, shoulders, traps - mid Base Move ...more

How To : Exercise with the self medicine ball throw on bosu

Learn how to exercise by doing the self medicine ball throw on the bosu. EXERCISE DETAILS: Primary Muscle Group: abs and obliques Secondary Muscle Group: chest, hip flexors, pec minor, serratus anterior Base Movement: crunch, throw Equipment: bosu flat down, medicine ball Trai ...more

How To : Work your chest with medicine ball chest passes

Learn how to do medicine ball chest passes. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life. Benefits The medicine ball chest pass allows for dynamic chest work, as you push the ball away in a toss and control its momentum on the catching phase. In this exercise, you progres ...more

How To : Do stability ball backbend holds

Learn how to do stability ball backbend holds. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life. Benefits Do as gymnasts do: This exercise develops flexibility, balance, and core strength. Practice this exercise with a stability ball under you until you develop enough strengt ...more

How To : Do a medicine ball baseball throw against a wall

Learn how to do a single small medicine ball baseball through against a wall. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life. Benefits A simple yet great warm-up exercise for your shoulders, core, and legs—work your shoulders and core by throwing a small medicine ball overh ...more

How To : Practice 2-1 arm snatches with a medicine ball

Learn how to do heavy medicine ball alternate 2-1 arm snatches. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life. Benefits To work both legs and shoulders through a full range of motion, take a medicine ball from the floor to overhead. To push your shoulders even further, you ...more

How To : Use a medicine ball to do flat leg sit ups

Learn how to do flat leg medicine ball sits ups. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life. Benefits Medicine ball sit-ups ensure your abs work doubly hard, as they lift not just the weight of your upper body but the weight of the ball. By keeping your legs flat throug ...more

How To : Use an exercise ball to work-out

Kathy Kaehler, a Personal Trainer, talks about how to use an exercise ball. Exercise balls are very effective because they allow you to do multiple exercises at once. Even just sitting on an exercise ball makes you use your core muscles, so you can sit on an exercise ball at y ...more

How To : 11 Exercises to Do While Sitting at Your Computer

If you are sitting in front of a computer all day for your work, make the most of it by exercising your different muscle groups even while you are finishing a PowerPoint presentation or filling out cells in an Excel worksheet. Stretch your upper body muscles to keep your neck ...more

How To : Do ab exercises on the BOSU ball

This video shows the method to do ab exercises on the BOSU ball. The video features five exercises. The first exercise involves push ups. The BOSU ball is put upside down and push ups are started. The legs rise as we go down and come forward as we go up. In the next exercise w ...more

How To : Exercise with the trunk rotation with tubing

Learn how to exercise by doing the trunk rotation on the stability ball with tubing. EXERCISE DETAILS: Primary Muscle Group: abs and obliques Secondary Muscle Group: chest, pec minor, rhomboids, serratus anterior, shoulders, traps - mid Base Movement: trunk rotation Equipment: ...more

How To : Do various pilate ball exercises

Get the most out of your Pilates ball, by picking up a few of these Pilates exercises outlined in this tutorial by Pilates instructor Ann Arnoult. For stability, do the plank exercise with your feet on the ball and your hands on the floor which forces you to use your abdominal ...more

How To : Shoot free throw shots

In this edition of ClubHouseGas, with host Casey Bass, basketball coach Chuck Melito shows us how to shoot free throws. He shows us how to work on both the mental and the physical approach to free throw shooting. A right-handed shooter should place his right foot at the center ...more

How To : Do side crunches on an exercise ball

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to do side crunches on an exercise ball. Begin by sitting on the exercising ball. Then roll down on the ball until the back is resting on the ball. Now sit up using your abdominal muscles and twist to the sides. Exhale as you go up and ...more

How To : Do the beginner pilates move Roll Like a Ball

Search "Pilates animation" on Wonderhowto for other more videos by this user. If you are looking a for a quick pilates reference, take a look at this pilates animation. This a quick & easy, clearly explained diagram of the pilates mat exercise: Classical Pilates for Beginners ...more

How To : Do the dumbell fly exercise

This exercise is great for shaping and strengthening the chest muscles. The chest is scientifically named the pectoralis. This muscle is used any time you push a chair up to the table, shut a car door, or push a shopping cart. There are two muscles that make up the pectoralis. ...more

How To : Do a 45 degree calf press

If you are looking for an easy way to work the calf muscles, consider this exercise. The calf is scientifically known as the gastrocnemius (upper portion). The soleus or bottom half of the calf works as a synergist during this exercise. First, sit in the leg press seat and po ...more

How To : Practice a pilates obliques exercise

This pilates how-to video illustrates the Obliques exercise. This exercise is great for rotation, flexion and strengthening pelvic stability. The Obliques exercise targets the transversus abdominis, rectus abdominis, and obliques. Only take the legs as low as pelvic stability ...more

How To : Bulk up your legs with powerful single leg presses

Learn how to do power press single leg presses. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life. Benefits For these leg presses, you'll choose an amount of weight that presents a challenge, but not so much that you can't add some speed and thrust to your movement. You'll be ...more

How To : Work your core with medicine ball soccer throws

Learn how to do medicine ball soccer throws. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life. Benefits Work toward a World Cup physique by throwing a medicine ball toward the ground, then catching it and bringing it overhead. Your abs support the movement of your shoulders; ...more

How To : Do weighted stability ball crunches

Learn how to do weighted stability ball crunches. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life. Benefits Doing crunches on the stability ball works your abs with a wider range of motion than you can get with a floor crunch; adding a weight plate behind your head increases ...more

How To : Do stability ball center and oblique situps

Learn how to do stability ball center and oblique situps. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life. Starting Position Sit on a stability ball with your feet on the floor in front of you hip-width apart. Lie back on the stability ball so that your body is supported bet ...more

How To : Throw a Curveball

A curve ball is considered an off-speed pitch and is very effective. You should not throw this pitch if you are not physically mature yet. Around 13 years old is an appropriate age to start throwing one. A curve ball is slower than a fastball and breaks down. It breaks from 12 ...more

How To : Be a Navy SEAL

There's no doubt about it—the most elite military force in the United States is hands down, the Navy SEALs. They can operate at sea, in the air and on land, and their ability to conduct missions underwater separates them from most other military units in the world. They've fou ...more

How To : Do freestyle soccer tricks

Mario shows us how to do freestyle soccer trips in this tutorial. One great trick to learn is to balance the soccer ball on your head from kicking it up in the air. This will require a lot of practice, but if you keep at it you will be able to walk around and even sit down wit ...more

How To : Awaken the sixth chakra or your third eye

Awakening the sixth chakra – known as the third eye – also awakens your sixth sense, and unlocks psychic potential. In this tutorial, learn how to harness your spirituality and get in touch with your third eye. You Will Need • Emotional stability • Water • Healthy food • Y ...more

How To : Do a BOSU ball leg workout

Three movements on the bosu ball will challenge your balance and stability. They will also build strength in your lower body. First, warm up. Then, do a simple back squat on the bosu ball. Stand on the bosu ball with our feet in front of you, extend your arms, and squat. Do ei ...more

How To : Throw the 12-6 curveball

This video will show you exactly how to Throw the 12-6 curve-ball. Key thing to keep in mind when practicing your 16-6 curveball: 1. Make sure it throws straight downward, it is an overhand curveball. 2. You should always grip the ball inside of your palm, not just your finge ...more

How To : Make a tennis ball dog toy

Your dog doesn't care how much you spend on their toys – they just want to play! Here's how to provide some homemade fun. You Will Need * Tennis balls * A clean sock * Rope * A knife * A jingle bell * A strong needle and thread Step 1 Stuff a tennis ball inside a sweat sock a ...more

How To : Con your way out of gym class

Not in the mood to do jumping jacks in your hideous gym uniform? There are ways to sit it out. You Will Need * Creativity * A straight face Step 1: “Forget” your gym clothes Tell the teacher you left your gym clothes at home, and pray some suck-up in the class doesn’t offer ...more

How To : Do the beginner pilates move the Saw

Search "Pilates animation" on Wonderhowto for other more videos by this user. If you are looking a for a quick pilates reference, take a look at this pilates animation. This a quick & easy, clearly explained diagram of the pilates mat exercise: Classical Pilates for Beginners ...more

How To : Do a declined bench sit-up ab exercise

This exercise is one of the oldest exercises for stimulating the hip flexors and abdominals. However, individuals with low back pain should avoid performing this exercise; abdominal crunches might be a safer alternative. Adjust the incline of the bench for the desired level o ...more

How to Be an Intern : Why Every Intern Should BYOB

A week into my internship, I experienced pretty serious back pain and slight difficulty breathing. I scheduled a doctor's appointment to make sure nothing was wrong, and I got a surprising diagnosis: bad posture. Yep, slouching at my desk had caused all of my maladies. In an ...more

News : Virtual Reality Will Change How We Experience Music

Virtual reality, along with its siblings, has the opportunity to profoundly change the way we interact with all things digital. As a visual medium, we often don't think about the impact on audio, but it plays a significant role nevertheless. When it comes to music—and music vi ...more

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