Ball Slams Circuits

Ball Slam Circuits

Improve abdominal muscle development and reduce body fat levels at the same time with innovative 2 for 1 Core Conditioning Circuits. Ball Slam Circuits burn a large number of calories while increasing fat burning hormones significantly with twenty minute sessions twice per week. On Three other days of the week our clients perform weight training programs built specifically for their needs and goals to maximize their body transformation success.

Ball Slams Circuits

Slamming a heavy medicine ball into the floor immediately followed by grabbing the ball to squat up with loading to the starting position trains core muscles in engage functional manner. Executing this pattern for 10 reps in a row provides tremendous aerobic challenges. Resting twenty seconds between sets of ten reps for a total of five to ten revolutions is a short yet highly effective training session.*

Ball Slam Throws

GCX10 Physique and Performance Enhancer capsules taken before training increase ball slamming power and the ability to do more high quality sets without any stimulants. Dr. Eric Serrano MD included lactoferrin within the GCX10 to attack dangerous visceral fat and stubborn abdominal body fat.

Ball slams circuits can be performed with a wide range of weight loads pending the client situation and goals. Very heavy slam balls are used for advanced clients with a variety of set, rep, rest and special execution schemes to drive faster rates of six pack development. Heavier balls such as fifty pounds will have very minimal bounce which requires our clients to enter a deeper squat position to pick up the ball with proper form. This added challenge provides additional lower body training while recruiting the glutes, thighs, hamstrings and more to burn a greater number of calories with each rep.

The slam ball should have a minimal bounce to avoid hitting trainees by accident. Throwing the ball to a consistent point on the ground will help to coordinate the pick up point on bottom of the exercise. Bend fully at the knees and not at the waist to support proper form and beneficial core muscle recruitment.