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Functional Trainer / Smith Machine Squat Rack 2 x 60kg Steel Weight StacksReeplex CBT-PN90 Multi-Functional Trainer 2 X 90kg Weight Stacks
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Reeplex CX3 Multi-Functional Trainer + Attachments
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Reeplex Commercial Multi Gym With 90kg Steel Weight Stack
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Reeplex Multi Station Home Gym with Leg Press HG2900
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Our Featured Products for Strength, Coordination, and Core Stability

Our featured products are an excellent addition to any workout routine for those looking to improve their strength, coordination, and core stability. Made from durable materials such as rubber, leather, and PVC, these versatile weighted balls can range in weight from 1 to over 50 pounds. From beginners to seasoned athletes, there's a medicine ball for every fitness level. Whether you're into functional fitness, CrossFit, or just want to mix up your workouts, our selection of medicine balls has got you covered. Read on to learn more about the benefits of using medicine balls and how to choose the best one for your fitness goals.

What are Featured Products?

Featured Products are a way for businesses to showcase their best-selling or most popular items to customers. In the fitness industry, businesses often feature equipment and tools designed to help individuals improve their fitness and reach their health goals.

What types of fitness products are typically featured?

Featured fitness products can vary widely depending on the business and their target audience. Some common types of fitness products that may be featured include resistance bands, dumbbells, kettlebells, yoga mats, foam rollers, and medicine balls.

What is a medicine ball?

Fitness enthusiasts typically use medicine balls, which are weighted balls, for strength and conditioning exercises. The balls can range in weight from 1 pound to over 50 pounds and are typically made of rubber, leather, or PVC. Functional fitness, CrossFit, and other workout programs often incorporate medicine balls.

What are the benefits of using a medicine ball?

Using a medicine ball can provide a variety of benefits for individuals looking to improve their fitness. Some of these benefits include improved strength, core stability, coordination, and balance. Medicine balls can also be used for a wide range of exercises and can be adapted for different fitness levels.

How do I choose the best medicine ball for my needs?

The best medicine ball for your needs will depend on your fitness goals and preferences. Rubber medicine balls are often the most durable and can withstand high-intensity workouts. Leather medicine balls can provide a better grip and feel more comfortable for some users. PVC medicine balls are often the most affordable option and are suitable for beginners or those on a budget. It is important to choose a weight that is appropriate for your fitness level and to consult with a trainer or medical professional before starting any new exercise program.

How can I incorporate a medicine ball into my workout routine?

Medicine balls can be used for a wide range of exercises, including squats, lunges, push-ups, Russian twists, sit-ups, and throws and catches. To incorporate a medicine ball into your workout routine, start with lighter weights and focus on proper form and technique. Gradually increase the weight and intensity of your exercises as you become more comfortable with the movements.