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The most significant
difference between a wall ball and medicine ball is that a wall ball is
designed for throwing exercises.
Wall balls can be used for standard weight-lifting exercises in place of
free weights and for dynamic exercises that involve an increased
cardiovascular aspect. Wall balls are also effective for athletic
training because they improve muscle mass, cardiovascular endurance and
hand-eye coordination. Medicine balls are typically used only for
standard lifting exercises because they are not meant to withstand
impacts like Wall balls do. But they are still useful for athletic
Stand with feet shoulder width
apart and lift the slam ball above your head while rising onto the balls
of your feet. Throw the ball toward the ground a little bit in front of
you to prevent the ball from bounding back in your face. Keep your arms
relatively straight, and as you throw the ball, crunch your abs and
bend your knees. You then catch or retrieve the ball and repeat the
sequence. Concentrate on breathing in on the lift and out on the throw.
The ball slam works your shoulders, triceps, abdominals, quads, glutes,
calves and back. Repeating the exercise will increase your heart rate
and burn more calories.
Use aWall ball in an abdominal workout by doing a sit-up with feet 6 to
12 inches from a wall and holding the ball at chest level. Once you're
in the middle of the sit-up, toss the ball against the wall while you
continue to crunch up, catch the ball and return to the floor. You can
also use a slam ball with a partner. Chest, overhead and bounce passes
work your arms, chest, back and abdominals and improve hand-eye