I'm Jeremy Shore for LIVESTRONG.COM, with single leg flexibility exercises with a medicine ball. Single leg exercises are a great way to build lower body strength, while also focusing on endurance and stamina in the lower body. By adding a medicine ball, you can increase the resistance, making it more intense. It also serves a great to provide counter balance and make some exercises easier. Here are three great exercises to utilize in a single leg stability movement pattern. The first, will be a single leg dead lift with a medicine ball reach. You place the ball in front of you, with a light bend in the knee. Take one foot off the ground, we'll push that foot back, as we reach the ball forward. And then, we'll draw back in. Reach it out, straight line, here to ankle, draw it back in. Repeat this for six to eight repetitions and switch sides. Next, we can move into a single leg get-up, or a single leg squat, using the med ball as a counter-balancing tool. Position the ball with arms fully extended, take your weight onto one foot. And then, slowly lower yourself and sit back, touching your glutes to a bench or a box and then, standing up out of it. If you need more assistance, you can pause or just lightly touch on your way down, to make it more challenging. Now, if you want to target the core in a single leg stance. Take all your weight onto one foot, with a light bend in the knee, keeping your chest up, the abs in. Take the ball to the opposing hip. From here, we're going to bring it up and across the body. And slightly sit back into it, as you bring the ball back down to the opposite hip. Up and across, again, repeat for six to eight repetitions and then, switch sides. These are great single leg stability exercises, utilizing a medicine ball. I'm Jeremy Shore for LIVESTRONG.COM.