15 Minute Medicine Ball Workout featuring Rep Fitness
This post is in collaboration with Rep Fitness. They sent me the medicine ball in this post free of charge to try out and share my thoughts with you. As always all opinions are true and my own.
I love trying out new workout equipment. I love switching up my workouts and clients workouts with equipment that will add a challenge. Rep Fitness, a local Denver gym equipment store reached out and wanted to share one of their pieces equipment with me.
Rep Fitness has everything you could image for your gym at their warehouse and online. They have everything from weight racks, benches, and plyo boxes to dumbbells, jump ropes and bands. I have been eyeing the soft medicine balls for awhile now. When I saw they had them on their website, I knew I had to get one.
I selected the 20 pound medicine ball but they offer weights that range from 4 pounds to 40. I plan to buy a 10 or 15 pound one in the near future. Some other specs include:
14" diameter for all weights.
Soft, yet grippy synthetic leather.
Hand-made and double-stitched with thick thread.
Well balanced- no wobble wobble.
Color coded by weight - easy to differentiate.
Stitched logo and weight - no wearing off of cheap plastic logos.
So far I have been enjoying the ball and so has my husband. I found that the 20 pound ball was heavier than I expected and that is why I want to purchase a lighter one. This ball can be used for a ton of different exercises and workouts and I am discovering new ways to use it all the time.
Since the one I currently have is a bit heavier I have mostly been using this one for squats, lunges and things that require me to use my legs. I have created a 15 Minute Medicine Ball Workout for you all to try. You can use any kind of medicine ball for this workout so don't worry if you don't have one from Rep Fitness yet!
Each move in the following workout should be completed for 1 minute before moving to the next move (push-ups 30 seconds on each side). Repeat each move 5 times. Rest when needed.
Here is a quick demo of the moves incase you are unsure of how to do them.
If you are in the market for new equipment I recommend you check out Rep Fitness and if you are a Denver local consider stopping by their warehouse, they love supporting and serving locals.
601 E. 64th Ave, Unit C-100, Denver, CO 80229