96th workout of the year, 9/28/2011.

Music: Tony Robbins , Me First and the Gimme Gimmes. T- Shirt: Orca, Northwest Indian Artwork.

That last workout was tough. Just the body and a chair.

Jack LaLanne would be proud (I think).

So today’s workout will be different (as usual). We used the chairs again but we added the medicine balls as well.

It’s a ball and chair workout!

No need for a warm up. Just jump right in!

First: Chair Squats

We’ve done these before. The twist this time is holding a medicine ball overhead.

13 Balls from 4 – 12 pounds, 10 Reps Every Ball

Second: Chair Squats Again

The twist this time was holding the ball out in front of the body. It doesn’t seem like much of a change but after doing all the balls there was a difference indeed.

13 Balls from 4 – 12 pounds, 10 Reps Every Ball

Third: Chair Jump Squats

Another twist…the ball was held overhead again.

13 Balls from 4 – 12 pounds, 5 Reps Every Ball

Fourth: More Chair Squats

This time with the ball in one hand overhead.

13 Balls from 4 – 12 pounds, 5 Reps Each Hand

Fifth: And More Chair Squats

Where do we put the ball this time?

Behind our backs, that’s where.

13 Balls from 4 – 12 pounds, 10 Reps Every Ball

Sixth: Standing Knee to Ball

Kind of a diagonal move. Similar to a “wood chop” or more so an MMA knee to the head.

13 Balls from 4 – 12 pounds, 10 Reps Every Ball

Seventh: Lunge Hops

Yeah we’re still using the balls! They’re held overhead again.

13 Balls from 4 – 12 pounds, 10 Hops Every Ball

Eighth: Toe Hops

The ball is held overhead while you hop up/down on your toes.

13 Balls from 4 – 12 pounds, 20 Hops Every Ball

Ninth: Optional Stretching

No balls for this!!

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