Dynamax Atlas Medicine Ball
A big medicine ball for strength and power
Improve your strength and endurance with our Atlas Medicine Ball. The Atlas is a heavy, heavy medicine ball that is designed to be perfect for high-intensity weight training. Think big power movements, not quick and repetitive exercises.
With a weight of up to 150lb, this large medicine ball provides you with a quality workout that will enhance your training and build muscle. Built for superb strength training, this is the perfect way to add another dimension to your workouts and make them tougher than ever.
Choose from a range of colours from black to purple to maroon.
For those that can master the Atlas Medicine Ball, you join an elite group known as #BigBallers at Dynamax. However, if you’re not sure how to use your medicine ball, you can see Dynamax's medicine ball training guides for moves that will test your fitness safely.
Take your training up a gear as you ascend the mountain and discover the Atlas Project.
Available in 50, 75, 100, and 150 lbs.
Dynamax Standard Medicine Ball
Dynamax was founded by two coaches who identified a gap in the market for specialist exercise balls which were strong enough to withstand high impact workouts but soft enough to not injure your partner whilst training. The Dynamax ball exceeds these requirements and has become the preferred choice for athletes for over 30 years.
All balls are 14” in diameter, moisture resistant and are made from 70% post-consumer recycled materials. Both design and construction ensure that they will remain dimensionally stable and balanced even after years of use. The Dynamax trade secret and craftsmanship guarantee that each ball, regardless of weight, has a friendly feel and will absorb high-velocity impact, making for a fun and vigorous workout.
From chest passes to rotations, there are many ways to use this fitness tool during your workouts. To help you get the most out of your mighty medicine ball, see below for a list of exercises with steps and videos to get you started.
The key rule when choosing a weight is that the ball should be heavy enough to provide resistance, but not so heavy as to alter the structure and speed of the selected movement. 4, 6 and 8 lb balls will work for any participant. Even though the resistance is the same, the speed will increase with the strength, size and power of the individual. Heavy medicine balls are used where slower, more strength related exercises are featured.
Available from 4 to 30 lbs.