Give your strength and cardio training a boost by adding a medicine ball to your home gym workout. Constructed with a durable, soft exterior and multi-stitched seams, Marcy’s selection ofBionic Body Medicine Balls offer excellent durability.
From throwing to slamming, Bionic Body medicine balls maintain their shape and withstand rigorous daily use with their high impact absorbing filling. Available in weights from 6, 10, 14, and 20 lbs., these exercise balls are ideal for every fitness level and athletic training program. Since many medicine ball exercises have a low learning curve, soft medicine balls are ideal for beginners. And, they can be used in a wide variety of plyometric and strength training workouts to build core strength and increase explosive power.
Bionic Body Medicine Ballsare 13” in diameter and available in a variety of weights, making them ideal for a variety of training programs. Great for cardio, strength and mobility training, training with soft medicine balls can kick fat burning into high gear when included into a HIIT workout
If you’re new to HIIT workouts and wondering where to start, try medicine ball slams. Ball slams provide a total body medicine ball workout including core, shoulder, triceps, glutes, quads and hamstring muscles. And thanks to the variation in weights you can start with a lower weight such as a6lb or 10lb medicine ball and build up to a heavier 20 lb. medicine ball weight.
Are you just starting out with medicine ball training and looking for the perfect starter medicine ball for sale? The Bionic Body 10 lb. Medicine Ball is a perfect weight for beginners. And because you can throw them, bounce them and slam them, they’re a fun way to get excited about your workout!
From warm-ups to stretching, medicine balls are a great piece of equipment that can take your workout from snooze fest to sensational! Let’s take a moment to discuss some medicine ball warm-ups that will simultaneously provide a stretch to your muscles and get your heart pumping while adding some fun to your day.
Chest pass against a wall To perform the chest pass against a wall, simply stand with your feet shoulder width apart and hold the medicine ball in front of your chest. Throw the ball against the wall and make sure your arms extend as much as is comfortable for your range of motion. Finally, catch the med ball on the return. This is a great warmup for the pecs, triceps and shoulders.
Most would recommend 5 feet, but the distance between you and the wall depends on your fitness level / comfort level. Throughout the exercise, make sure to balance your weight evenly on your feet and bend your knees. You want to have your knees slightly bent and not be in a full squat position.
Overhead throw against a wall Start with your feet together and raise the med ball overhead. As you throw the slam ball against the wall, step forward with your left leg. Bend your left knee as you move your leg forward and complete the throw with your arms straight ahead and above you. As the wall rolls the ball towards you, grab it and return to the starting position. For the next throw, alternate your forward stepping leg.
This is a full body warm up which focuses on your abdominals, lats and triceps with this exercise.To a lesser extent, your leg muscles will also be warmed up with this exercises.
Side-to-side twists Stand with your feet hip width apart. Hold the ball with both hands to one side. Using your core, whip the ball forward and to an angle so you can catch it on the other side. Whip the ball side to side while keeping your core engaged to protect your lower back to stretch and warm-up your abdominals. These are similar to Russian twists, however, you can do side to side twists while standing.
Marcy has a wide selection of medicine balls for sale to help you achieve your fitness goals. Affordably priced and constructed from quality materials, Marcy’s selection of Bionic Body Gear is perfect for your home gym. Learn more about the benefits of weight ball training on our blog.