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Wall Balls

When you throw a ball against the wall, you need to react and catch and absorb the wall as it comes at you. Now add some proper weight to the ball and you've got wall balls! At it's most basic, you launch the ball from a deep squat up to the target wall, then catch it as it returns.This means you're working your legs, your arms, your core and your lower back in one seamless move. A great circuit and home gym exercise piece of equipment. Read more...

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What are Wall Balls?

Wall balls were designed to absorb the velocity of a returning ball after it had been thrown against a wall. Many wall balls are therefore designed to be tough and yet soft at the same time and have the perfect diameter for biomechanically correct throws. They are 14” in diameter which is important because that means that in most adults hands maximum power can be generated when the ball is thrown. Essentially they are designed to carry out exercises related to power development.

PVC-covered wall balls prevent marking whilst being tough and soft grip at the same time. It is important that they maintain a perfect diameter for biomechanically correct throws. Wall balls can really get your heart rate pumping as well as giving you a good workout on the key muscle areas mentioned above. These are not suitable for slamming exercises.

The balls come in different weights ranging from 8lb to 20lbs.

Where to Start

Always start with a lighter ball than you think you need. The idea is to generate as much speed as you can. The idea is to throw the wall ball upwards against a wall, catch it in a squat position and then explosively spring back out of the squat throwing the ball back up. Then repeat this sequence as many times as you can.

Key training points include ensuring that you stand 12-18” back from the wall and when you throw you start from a squat position and then explode into the throw. The plyometric part is the extension of your leg muscles then their rapid contraction with the throw. Plyometric exercises are designed to develop and increase muscle power as they are all about the rapid stretch of a muscle followed by a rapid shortening of the same muscle. Wall balls completely hit the spot here.

Developing Exercises With A Wall Ball

Once you get the hang of the wall throw then you can use the ball for a range of different exercises alongside this. An example here is the overhead squat. Here you can squat holding the ball above your head (to ensure that the weight is evenly distributed ensure your ears are covered by your biceps). You can also use them in sit ups and in Olympic lifts.

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