Slam Balls & Wall Balls

Slam Balls & Wall Balls

Gym Gear offers an excellent range of slam balls for commercial gyms, home gyms, and studio gyms.

Slam balls are great pieces of gym equipment to give users powerful and explosive movements. They help with building strength, building muscular endurance, increasing speed times and reaction times, and toning muscles.

Slam balls are different from medicine balls as they have a more robust design. They’re perfect for circuit training, functional training, and CrossFit – an essential piece of equipment for any commercial gym.

Our slam balls are ultra-durable, made from top-quality materials, meaning they can withstand high impact. They’re filled with sand to absorb the energy from slamming and they have an extra-thick rubber shell for fantastic durability. These are non-bouncing, non-rolling balls that have a textured, non-slip grip to make them easier to handle.

Our slam balls are available in the weights 3 kg 5 kg, 7 kg, 9 kg, 12 kg, 15 kg.

All of our balls can be paired with either the 5 Ball Single Sided Storage Rack or the 10 Ball Double Sided Storage Rack. These racks are brilliant storage solutions for busy gyms, training classes, and home gyms where keeping the floors free of mess is really important.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q1: What are slam balls and wall balls?

A: Slam balls and wall balls are weighted fitness tools used in strength training and conditioning workouts. Slam balls are designed to be thrown forcefully against the floor, while wall balls are typically thrown against a wall.


Q2: What’s the difference between slam balls and wall balls?

A: While both are weighted balls, their usage and design vary. Slam balls are more durable with a harder shell, designed to withstand high-intensity throwing and slamming exercises. Wall balls are generally larger, softer, and designed to be tossed at a target on a wall during exercises.


Q3: What kind of exercises can I do with slam balls and wall balls?

A: Both can be used for a wide range of exercises. Slam balls are commonly used for slam exercises, overhead throws, twists, and lunges. Wall balls are often used for wall ball shots, squats, presses, and lunges. Both types can be used to add weight and resistance to a variety of functional movements.


Q4: How do I choose the right weight for my slam ball or wall ball?

A: The right weight depends on your fitness level and the type of exercise you’ll be doing. As a general rule, start with a lighter ball and gradually increase the weight as your strength and fitness improve. It’s crucial to ensure you can maintain good form during your exercises, so avoid choosing a ball that’s too heavy for you.


Q5: Are slam balls and wall balls suitable for beginners?

A: Yes, both slam balls and wall balls are suitable for all fitness levels. They come in a range of weights, which means beginners can start with lighter balls and progressively increase the weight as their strength improves.


Q6: How do I maintain and clean my slam ball or wall ball?

A: Keeping your slam ball or wall ball clean is essential for its longevity. Wipe it down with a soft, damp cloth after each use to remove sweat and dirt. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasives that could damage the ball’s exterior. Store in a dry, cool place to avoid damage from moisture or heat.


Q7: Can I use my slam ball or wall ball outdoors?

A: Both slam balls and wall balls can be used outdoors. However, they should be stored indoors to avoid exposure to harsh weather conditions, which could deteriorate the materials over time.


Q8: Is it safe to use slam balls and wall balls?

A: When used correctly and safely, both slam balls and wall balls are safe. It’s crucial to use good form and control when lifting, throwing, or catching to prevent injuries. As with any fitness equipment, consult a fitness professional if you’re unsure about how to use them correctly.