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Strength and Conditioning Exercises Cardio and Core Workouts

Basic Information
Place of Origin: shanghai
Brand Name: Minhuan
Certification: 6P free test from SGS
Model Number: G series
Minimum Order Quantity: 100 pcs
Price: USD$3.5-$15/PC
Packaging Details: deflated or inflated
Delivery Time: 15-45 days based on quantity
Payment Terms: T/T, Western Union
Supply Ability: 200000pcs per month
Detail Information
Material: PVC Color: Any Color
Logo: Customized Logo Availabled Product Name: G Series Boat Fender
Special: German Uv Protection Material Coat: Available
HS Code: 8907900090 Factory Test: BSCI/Walmart Aduil/SGS/BV

Product Description

Strength and Conditioning Exercises Cardio and Core Workouts


The 50 LB Slam Ball is constructed for the highest-level performance, optimizing a full-body workout, and built to perform multiple reps throwing, slamming, or catching the ball. This non-bouncy durable ball is filled with sand to ensure no bounce and absorb impact. The shell is crafted with a high-quality rubber tread pattern that is easy to grip and will prevent blowouts when slammed to the ground. Slam balls are designed to increase muscle mass, enhance cardiovascular endurance, and improve hand-eye coordination while working with a partner. They are also perfect for getting rid of excess energy and pent-up frustration. Utilize this ball for overhead lunges, ball slams, Russian twists, squat throws, or air squats to take your workout to the next level.




- Improved hard rubber shell prevents blowouts when slammed to the ground
- Sand-filled, non-bouncing functional training ball
- Easy-grip textured pattern for slip-resistant grip
- Designed for throwing, slamming, and catching
- Workout designed to release energy


This ball is well made, will last a long time, and takes a slamming with very little bounce. The 50 pounder is a nice weight for developing functional strength. Coming from a 15lb slam ball and 30 lb dumbbells to this 50lb slam ball gives me meaningful benefits for movements like standing single arm overhead vertical presses (can’t do those without some serious core engagement) while bringing me back to starting level for other more dynamic movements such as with outstretched arms. Gets the heart rate up nicely, even though I can’t move as quickly yet as when I started with the 15lb ball.


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Contact Details
Rita Deng

Phone Number : 8618616255617

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