Champion Sports Leather Medicine Ball – 15.43lbs/7kg, Green/White

June 8, 2018 - Comment

The newly designed ultra-durable Champion Sports Leather Medicine Ball provides maximum grip and control for the most extreme exercise routines. Weighing in at 15.43 lbs/7kg with an 11″ diameter, this medicine ball is easy to incorporate into resistance training to challenge your muscular and cardio strength. The durable synthetic leather cover and tough stitching resists

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The newly designed ultra-durable Champion Sports Leather Medicine Ball provides maximum grip and control for the most extreme exercise routines. Weighing in at 15.43 lbs/7kg with an 11″ diameter, this medicine ball is easy to incorporate into resistance training to challenge your muscular and cardio strength. The durable synthetic leather cover and tough stitching resists cracks and tearing, workout after workout.

Product Features

  • Durable, thick synthetic leather cover for maximum grip and control
  • Stands up to extreme exercises
  • Great cross trainer for any sport
  • Combines strength training, cardio, flexibility and dynamic muscle training all in one
  • 11″ Diameter

Comments

Gcat says:

Safe and comfortable for home use For home use, I prefer this soft, “leather” ball to a hard, rubber ball like the Valeo. (BTW, the Valeo is a high quality ball in it’s own right.) I currently own the 14-15 and 11-12 lb versions.This ball has a smooth, slightly slippery cover and a soft core so there is some give to it when you grab it or drop it. The core feels like sand. These characteristics make it easier on your hands if you are playing catch with a partner. It is less likely to irritate your skin or jam your…

F.P. says:

Versatile and good option over Ugi I’m so glad I bought this instead of the crazy expensive Ugi ball. Why are people buying those anyway????? This is the perfect balance between softness and firmness so I can do a lot of balancing exercises on it. I must say, though, I underestimated the weight. Because of how you hold a ball, the weight is actually more challenging to move than if it were, say, a 14-15 lb barbell. There is more “squeezing” and stabilizing and core involved with using this ball in exercises. I wanted…

Eric B says:

The best at a good price Tremendous medicine ball. I have been slamming this ball and tossing it against concrete, brick, blacktop, trees, poles for 2 years straight and it has held up perfectly fine. I use it twice a week for over 200 slams each workout as hard as I can (and I weight 200 lbs). It provides a great plyometric, cardio workout. Save your money on the dynamax, this ball does the job for a much better price. it is leather and looks nice. I wish they made a ball that weighed 20 lbs. The ball I use…

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