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Kamagon Exercise Ball

by Kamagon

Price: $46.54 - $99.95
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  • Hydro-inertia creates instability throughout exercises
  • Use just like a kettle bell, medicine ball, dumbbell and weight plate
  • Various handles allow for multiple grip options
  • Adjustable from 10-50 lbs, by simply adding or removing water
  • Proudly made in the USA

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THE NEXT STEP IN THE EVOLUTION OF FITNESS Intensify your next workout using the Kamagon Ball's patented Hydro-Inertia technology. The use of fluid resistance wakes up more muscle fibers than traditional, static weight training using the same amount of resistance. The Kamagon Ball is a unique core stability product that bridges a necessary gap in the functional training market. Fill the Kamagon Ball with water to adjust the weight and create a ""hydro-inertia"" that uses a greater number of muscle fibers when performing basic to advanced exercises. Water lines imprinted on the ball allow for accurate water measurement. Use the Kamagon Ball for full body workouts engaging a full range of motion exercises. The Kamagon Ball increases strength and explosive power, improves athletic performance and overall fitness, helps promote rehabilitation and prevent injury and is ideal for all ages and skill level. It's an easy to use, safe, and fun way to improve your overall body strength and fitness. The 9” model holds up to 13 lbs. of water and includes the Kamagon Total Body Challenge Workout DVD and Kamagon Workout Guide. The 14” model holds up to 45 lbs. of water and includes the Kamagon Workout DVD.

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  • ASIN: B00GRX5FMC
  • Item model number: 72-68079-Prnt
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #118,560 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Beyond that, the ball seems very well made and resistant.
Paulo Leite
Great core exercise and exercise DVD instruction is included which is nice and give you ideas what kind of moves you can do with this exercise ball.
Sidarta Tanu
I especially like that I can use one handle or both or even ignore them completely and just grab the ball itself.
Gentleheart

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By E.B. Bristol VINE VOICE on February 8, 2014
Color Name: BlueSize Name: 9-Inch Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
The Kamagon Exercise Ball is the shape and size of a volleyball with handles at either end for easy manipulation while exercising.
It can be filled with water to manipulate the weight desired. The accompanying brochure recommends beginning with four pounds until you are used to the ball. It comes with a DVD with two different workouts: one involving standing exercise, and the other, ones done while on the floor. An exercise mat is a plus here, as I found just using the rug not too comfortable.

The recommended program time is four weeks. The DVD exercises can be done in addition to outdoor exercise. Twenty to thirty minutes is recommended for the latter.

I found the DVD exercises fairly easy to follow and complete. They do go by quickly without a lot of extra running commentary, which had me fumbling a few times during my first go trying to coordinate arms/legs/ball while keeping an eye on the TV, but that obviously won't last. While I still have a few weeks to go, I'm confident that I won't have trouble completing it and using it in the future. And because of the winter weather, it's nice to have an opportunity to work out indoors on inclement days,

Lastly, I'd recommend moving any nearby table lamps or other objects that could possibly be broken, as some of the exercises involve bringing the ball repeatedly over your head.
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Color Name: BlueSize Name: 9-Inch Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
This review is of the smaller, 9 inch ball. All the exercise instructions and DVD pertain to the larger size ball.

The Kamagon 9 inch ball can weigh from 4 to 12 lbs, depending on the amount of water added. Because the water sloshes with motion, it adds extra momentum whose vectors are somewhat dispersed. This causes the weight shift to be somewhat unstable, which requires (in theory) micro-adjustments that improve neuromuscular coordination. Whether that's true or not, I cannot say. But I do like this thing a lot because its design makes it more versatile than a free weight. First and most obvious, is that you can change its weight easily. Beyond that, I like the handles. A dumbbell can pretty much be used by one hand. A barbell takes two. Because of the handles, you can use the Kamagon to isolate one arm, or to use with two arms to achieve wide arcs of movement you could not do with a barbell, and that would be awkward by holding two dumbbells. It is very nice for core exercises, as you can alter the resistance by how far out you hold the ball away from the body.

Another aspect of the design that I like is that you could easily keep this at your desk or cubicle at work. If you have a sedentary job like I do, and don't want to look flat-out idiotic with a dumbbell at your desk, this is fairly unobtrusive and doesn't really look like exercise equipment. Yet, when you do your stretches, you can get a little work out.

The DVD and documentation are not great. They show a few movements, but again, with the larger, medicine-ball sized unit. The material is enough to give you an idea, but certainly not a comprehensive approach to total body conditioning.

Construction quality seems very good and I don't anticipate any mechanical problems with it.
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By Ling Hsu on July 10, 2014
Color Name: PinkSize Name: 9-Inch Verified Purchase
It's a great investment. Minus one star because its material is not the best from the funny odor.
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Color Name: BlueSize Name: 9-Inch Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
This is a good substitute for a kettlebell for lighter weight. That is how my girlfriend uses it and loves it. I think it's even a little harder because depending on how much water you fill it with, it'll have a little less stable feel so your stabilization muscles get a jolt.
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Color Name: BlueSize Name: 9-Inch Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
The Kamagon may be most useful for someone who is intrigued by kettlebells, but afraid of dropping them or flinging them through a wall. It might also be good for school gyms, because kids are attracted to this brightly colored object that looks like something Teletubbies might work out with, and mine love to swing it around.

I didn't find the DVD to be all that useful, but I like to use this for mobility exercises for warming up or while watching TV, such as halos (holding on to the handles and circling it around my head) and slingshots (passing it around my waist). The two handles make it easier to handle for behind-the-back exercises like slingshots, than a conventional kettlebell.

It smelled awful when I received it, so I had to set it outside for a day for the smell to dissipate. The plastic is good and solid and the screw on cap is easy to remove for filling, and stays on securely.

The Kamagon people seem to want to market this to the hard core exerciser crowd, but I'd suggest they might be more successful if they steer more toward older people, beginners and kids.
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The KamagonExercise Ball comes in two sizes, 9 and 14 inch, and in 3 colors (blue, pink and black). The ball I tested is the 9-pound ball in blue. The Ball also comes with a workout DVD containing two brief workouts--Core and Sculpt. The Sculpt session is done standing up and the Core session begins with floorwork but ends standing up.

Workout DVD:

While I work out pretty regularly, I found the pace of the workouts (the sculpt session in particular) WAY too fast, especially considering you are hurling a large object about, not to mention one with water in it, which creates inertia. I could barely keep up with some of the movements, even when I was just standing still and swinging the ball from side to side. I suspect the young people who appear on the DVD were working without water in the balls because their movements were very smooth and the effects of "hydro-inertia" did not appear to be impacting them as they were me.

In addition to the exercises themselves being too fast, the transitions BETWEEN exercises were also too fast. The 3 people on screen doing the exercises would sometimes literally stop midstream and start another exercise. There was inadequate verbal queuing to let you know that a change was coming. As I recall, all the audio is done in voice-over.

There is absolutely no introduction to using this new type of exercise equipment or how-to information on the DVD. If you're going to introduce a new exercise gadget, then you should at least spend a MINUTE introducing it.

In my opinion, the Sculpt session is at an appropriate level for most intermediate exercisers and would not be a coordinated beginner.
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