Train core strength, improve coordination, and develop explosive movements with REP’s Medicine Balls. These balls are incredibly durable, hand stuffed and double stitched with extra thick threading. They are soft, grippy, and well-balanced for wobble-free workouts. The Medicine Balls are made from synthetic leather and feature a stitched REP logo and weight markings that won’t wear off.
Medicine Balls come in 10 sizes: 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 20, 25, and 30lbs. All balls have the same 14” diameter, no matter the weight, so you get a consistent feeling with any sized ball. Each ball is color-coded for quick and easy identification. Use Medicine Balls for dynamic movements, such as wall ball shots, med ball cleans, throws, and more. They are not designed to be slammed against the floor.
REP Med / Wall Balls - perfect for your workouts!
REP Medicine / Wall Balls - We have gone through multiple iterations over the course of several years to bring you our latest and greatest design! A texture that is easy to grip, a ball that is balanced so on those walls balls you can easily catch it and toss it back up, and finally, added durability with reinforced stitching.
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What’s the difference between slam balls and medicine balls?
Medicine balls are typically made using stitching. They have an external shell, often made from leather or synthetic materials. They are designed for training dynamic movements, such as throwing, not slamming. By comparison, slam balls are made from thick rubber, filled with sand, and have an air valve that releases pressure to prevent bursting. They’re meant to be slammed thousands of times without breaking and generally have a soft, shifting feel.