Valeo Medicine Ball With Sturdy Rubber Construction And Textured Finish, Weight Ball Includes Exercise Wall Chart For Strength Training, Plyometric Training, Balance Training And Muscle Build
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- Classic medicine ball workout helps develop core strength, improve coordination, and fine-tune balance
- Sturdy rubber construction can bounce off hard surfaces
- Textured finish provides a solid grip
- Come in four-, six-, eight-, ten-, and 12-pound weights
- Exercise wall chart is also included
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Valeo's medicine balls feature sturdy rubber construction with a textured surface for superior grip. The ball's durable construction allows it to bounce off hard surfaces. Includes an exercise wall chart. Helps develop core strength and improve coordination, balance, and endurance.
The classic, heart-pumping challenge of a medicine ball workout has endured for years for one simple reason -- it's incredibly effective. Develop core strength, improve coordination, and fine-tune your balance with these simple, durable models from Valeo. Sturdy rubber construction with a textured finish can bounce off of hard surfaces and provides a solid grip. The balls come in four-, six-, eight-, ten-, and 12-pound weights, and a handy exercise wall chart is also included.
About Valeo Fitness
Since the introduction of the original Classic Belt in 1988, Valeo continues to develop products of uncompromising quality and value. Valeo has an extensive line of fitness accessories including lifting gloves, body balls, jump ropes, and more. Every Valeo fitness product can be used at home or at the gym, and many are easy to take along when you are on the road.
Color: 10 Lbs.
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All in all, I'm glad I ended up with the combination of one smaller, lighter medicine ball and one bulkier, heavier medicine ball. The larger size of the TKO makes it harder to handle - which is a good thing, because it makes it more of a workout to manipulate it. For exercises like the squat press or medicine-ball curl, I prefer the larger size of the TKO ball, while for exercises more focused on range-of-motion, the smaller Valeo ball is a great tool. If you're considering a pair of these, this might be an option to explore. They both seem equally well made, despite their differences.
But if you're just looking for a mid-weight, easy-to-handle ball, definitely get yourself the Valeo.
In the months ahead I'll probably add the 6#, 10# & 12# to augment my workout routines. For now I'll enjoy this 8#.
I would recommend this medicine ball to anyone that wants a relatively inexpensive gym tool for some great ab & core work outs.
I purchased the eight-pound ball, which I believe is a good all-around size. I will likely add a 12 pound-er to my collection soon (I figure, since my family is on a budget, I can use a 10 pound dumbbell or plate instead of a ball if necessary).
I have tried a variety of routines over the years; if you are looking for a very good program or just looking for some alternatives to crunches, check out the program created by UNC's basketball coach: [...]. I don't know if Amazon will censor a link to a magazine's website; if so, Google something like, "Tarheel's Med ball workout."
My husband and I enjoy working out together with this
Valeo is a terrific brand!
One other gripe is that the ball, I believe, was made for bouncing. Which is good for some exercises but the exterior of this ball is like that of a basketball. This makes planking with the ball uncomfortable.