Dynamax was founded in 1985 by coaches Bruce Evans and Jim Cawley. Both coaches were searching for the perfect tool for high velocity, partner-based medicine ball training. They wanted a ball that was durable enough to withstand the high impact of training but soft enough to not injure the hands of the training partner. There was no ball on the market that met these demands, so the two coaches created their own. Dynamax became the perfect training tool for efficiently training all ten general physical skills and allowed athletes to train in locations outside of the weight room. Not only did they design the perfect medicine ball, but the product is also environmentally friendly. The ball was and continues to be manufactured using 70% post-consumer materials.
Throughout the years, preserving the methods and practices that made Dynamax Medicine Balls the overwhelming choice of professional and college athletes for over 30 years is the ultimate goal. The company has expanded to the general fitness and international markets, while maintaining the quality relied upon by elite athletes. Dynamax has been the product of choice for elite athletes for 30 years and is used by over 90% of all NFL, NBA, MLB teams. Over the years it has become popular with CrossFit affiliated boxes. Dynamax is now sold across the world in over 20 countries via a network of major industry distribution partners.
Individually made and checked for quality, our medicine ball is made for high impact, high speed and high-intensity training. Whatever your fitness level or goals, the standard medicine ball can help you through your workout.
All balls are moisture resistant and made from 70% post-consumer recycled materials. The design and construction ensure that they will remain dimensionally stable and balanced. Our 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.
Our standard medicine ball comes in a range of weights to match your training level and exercise plan.