Slam balls

Slam balls are designed for throwing exercises. With a hard, durable rubber shell and a loose sand filling, they can handle a high velocity impact, and will not bounce. Known to be more durable, and softer than standard medicine balls, they are the perfect addition to any home or commercial gym.

Little Bloke Fitness also stock slam ball nets - great for adding variety to your slam ball exercises, along with wall balls and classic medicine balls.

Browse our range of slam balls below and if you have any questions, contact us for a chat.


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More about Medicine Balls

Medicine Balls can be incorporated into a fitness routine in several ways. For example, instead of placing both hands on the floor to perform push ups, exercisers can place one hand on the ball. This increases the challenge of the exercise because unlike the floor, the ball moves. The stabiliser muscles in the arms, shoulders and core are activated in an effort to maintain proper form. Lying on an exercise ball to get crunches provides the same benefit. Medicine balls come in a range of weights, with most beginners being able to handle 1kg. Experienced trainers will often work with much heavier weights.

Wall balls are a core part of functional fitness training. The balls are weighted, like a normal medicine ball, but oversized and wrapped in leather or PU leather and designed to be thrown at a wall – repeatedly. The main movement involves taking a wall ball in the correct weight and performing a full squat and then launching the ball vertically to make contact with a target on a wall, then repeating. It is either loved or hated, but acknowledged as very effective.

Slam balls, also known as dead balls are designed for throwing exercises. They have a hard, durable shell that can handle a high velocity impact but will not bounce. Slam balls are known to be more durable, and softer than standard medicine balls – in essence they're rubber balls filled with sand that will deform when impacted, with minimal bounce.

Popular movements including the Ball Slam (which essentially involves holding a slam ball overhead and throwing it into the ground with as much power as possible (also making it one of the best stress relievers around) and its variations. It's important to note that normal medicine balls should not be used ball slams else it's likely you'll end up with a broken nose!

Need advice?

At Little Bloke Fitness, we stock a large range of products to suit all types of training styles. We can offer personalised advice based on your needs and type of training, whether you’re a professional athlete, just starting out or somewhere in between. Simply call us on 03 9462 3943 or email us at info@littleblokefitness.com.au and we’ll be happy to help.