Weighted Medicine Ball

  • Made of environmentally friendly odorless rubber, harmless to health. Double-handle medicine ball, more functional, training dance.
  • High-quality air valve completely prevents air leakage, maximizes safety and extends service life.
  • Even the surface texture provides a high-precision grip when wet, perfect processing, and improves coordination.

Weighted Medicine Ball

  • Made of environmentally friendly odorless rubber, harmless to health. Double-handle medicine ball, more functional, training dance.
  • High-quality air valve completely prevents air leakage, maximizes safety and extends service life.
  • Even the surface texture provides a high-precision grip when wet, perfect processing, and improves coordination.
ITEM NO.YL-FT-101-C
Materialrubber
ColorCustomized Color
Weight1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9/10 KG
LogoCustomized Logo
Packagepoly bag+carton
UsageStrength Training
FeatureDurable

This Medication Ball is a great way to get the most out of your body, which means you can also do some exercise during your workout, such as physical training, frontal exercise, and long-distance exercise.

Weighted medicine balls come with various types of fillers, each offering unique benefits and drawbacks. Understanding these pros and cons can help you choose the right type of medicine ball for your specific fitness needs and preferences.

Common Fillers for Weighted Balls

  1. Sand
  2. Gel
  3. Rubber
  4. Air
  5. Water

Pros and Cons of Each Filler

1. Sand-Filled Medicine Balls

Pros:

  • Adjustable Weight: Sand-filled balls can come in a variety of weights, making them suitable for different strength levels and exercises.
  • Durability: They are typically very durable and can withstand intense use, including slamming exercises.
  • No Bounce: Sand-filled balls often have a dead bounce, making them safer for high-intensity slams.

Cons:

  • Shifting Weight: The sand inside can shift during movements, which might feel unstable to some users and require more control.
  • Less Consistent Shape: Over time, the ball might lose its shape slightly due to the shifting sand, which can affect its usability.

2. Gel-Filled Medicine Balls

Pros:

  • Consistent Weight Distribution: Gel provides a uniform weight distribution, making the ball more stable during use.
  • Soft Feel: Gel-filled balls often have a softer exterior, which can be more comfortable to handle and catch.
  • Durability: Gel-filled medicine balls are durable and can handle a lot of wear and tear.

Cons:

  • Cost: They can be more expensive than other types of medicine balls.
  • Limited Weight Range: They may not come in as wide a range of weights as sand-filled balls.

3. Rubber-Filled Medicine Balls

Pros:

  • Durability: Rubber is highly durable and can withstand repeated use, including slamming.
  • Bounce: Rubber-filled balls usually have a good bounce, which can be useful for certain exercises and drills.
  • Weather-Resistant: They are resistant to moisture and can be used outdoors without significant wear.

Cons:

  • Bounce Control: The bounce can be a disadvantage for some exercises where a dead bounce is preferred for safety reasons.
  • Grip: Rubber balls can sometimes be slippery, especially if you sweat a lot during your workout.

4. Air-Filled Medicine Balls

Pros:

  • Lightweight: These are generally lighter and are good for beginners or for exercises that require a lot of movement.
  • Adjustable Firmness: The firmness can be adjusted by inflating or deflating the ball.
  • Cost-Effective: They are usually less expensive than sand or gel-filled balls.

Cons:

  • Limited Weight Options: They are usually not available in very heavy weights.
  • Durability: Air-filled balls can be prone to punctures and might not be as durable for high-impact exercises.

5. Water-Filled Medicine Balls

Pros:

  • Dynamic Weight: The shifting water inside creates an unstable load, which can enhance the challenge of balance and core stability exercises.
  • Versatility: The weight can be easily adjusted by adding or removing water.

Cons:

  • Control: The shifting weight can be difficult to control, making these balls more suitable for advanced users.
  • Durability: They might be more prone to leaks and require careful handling.

Exercises for Workouts and Balance Training with a Medicine Ball

1. Medicine Ball Squat to Press

  • How to Do It:
    1. Stand with feet shoulder-width apart, holding the medicine ball at chest level.
    2. Perform a squat by bending your knees and lowering your hips back and down.
    3. As you rise back up, press the ball overhead.
    4. Lower the ball back to chest level and repeat.
  • Benefits: This compound movement engages the legs, core, and shoulders, promoting balance and coordination.
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Yes,we offer 1-3 years warranty to our products.

First of all, our products are produced under a strict quality control system, and the defective rate will be less than 0.2%. Secondly, during the warranty period, we will replace new parts for you.

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