What muscles are medicine ball slams good for?
If you want to learn more about the specific muscle groups that ball slams engage, we’ve created this guide just for you.
Slams have become a simple, go-to move for most trainers and coaches. The traditional slam movement can engage your whole body when performed correctly. There are various slam patterns that can have additional benefits, including rotational slams and windmill or around the world slams.
D-Ball OH Slam
D-Ball Rainbow Slam
Ideally, you’ll want to use a Dynamax D-Ball as it is built to handle stronger, explosive overhead throws on any surface. When you throw a Dynamax D-ball ball, it will have limited bounce, no matter how fast the velocity or how hard the impact. This forces the athlete to retrieve the ball in a squat pattern, which engages the posterior chain on the way up, making it a true total-body exercise.
By incorporating a variety of drills and exercises, you can engage the following muscles by performing ball slams:
Due to the higher intensity and impact of the movements, you can build muscle that little bit faster.
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