SandBell & Waterbell
Better than Medicine Balls and Dumbbells. Grip it. Toss it. Swing it. Slam it. SandBell®
No matter what moves you’re making, the SandBell moves right along with you. Working your core, challenging your muscles and pushing your stamina—simultaneously, and with one, mighty piece of sand-filled neoprene making it the ultimate sandbag training tool. Because the dynamic shifing sand weight can burn more calories with the same workout, SandBells have been featured as the perfect part of a weight loss fitness program by the Dr. Oz Show, Prevention Magazine, Shape.com and Weight Watchers Magazine. It is also the best new piece of sports equipment in the PE Universe for school athletics or physical education.
Engineering this powerhouse of a workout product was no small task. The Hyperwear SandBell, at its most basic level, is the combination of strengths from some of the most popular pieces of fitness equipment. Its outer shell, made of tough, stretchy neoprene, contains a sand-filled core that can be easily emptied and filled using Hyperwear’s patent pending fill mechanism. The filling mechanism not only makes filling and emptying simple, but also saves you money. Purchase empty SandBells, fill them with your dry playsand and save on shipping. Use the SandBell in place of a medecine ball, D Ball, dumbell or kettle bell and prepare to work muscles you didn’t even know existed.
The active, shifting movement of the sand challenges stabilizing muscles in your core. When working out with the SandBell, you will engage hand and wrist gripping muscles that are typically not activated and strengthened. Another advantage of this product lies in its safety for you and your floors. A favorite alternative to dynamax, jerry can, sand bag, and d-balls for crossfit box WOD, outdoor bootcamps, military and football training equipment use. On a slick floor you can use SandBells for a variety of ab coaster and glide or sliding core exercises.
SandBell sizes range from 2 to 50 lbs. Create your own SandBell packages and assortments, or purchase in pairs similar to dumbbell sets, single weights for Dynamax medicine ball training, or kettlebell exercises. No large medicine ball or mini medicine ball can compare. The thick, neoprene shell is stretchy and soft to the touch, but is not short on durability. Pricing makes these cheap medicine balls.
The Hyperwear SandBell is available in the following weights and colors.
For those opting to purchase the SandBell empty, you can purchase a funnel on our website, or at an auto supply store or department, to help fill your new SandBells. Empty SandBell weight is approximate, as you can determine your own amount of fill, making the SandBell more solid or squishy. We recommend that you purchase DRY WASHED play sand to fill your SandBell with. The best we have found is the 50-pound bags of Quickcrete Premium Washed Play Sand, which is available at most major home improvement stores, and be sure to check the bag closely to make sure that the sand is in fact dry!
SandBell Training Workshops
Interested in becoming a SandBell Certified Instructor? Find out more about Level 1 SandBell Training Workshops on the SandBell Workshop webpage. SandBell Workshops are open to all personal trainers, coaches and instructors looking to empower their training and boost their coaching models with SandBell programming and education.
Level 1 SandBell Training Workshops are 8-hour foundational courses that will leave participants with thorough knowledge of the science behind SandBell training, application for peronsal, small group and boot camp, key coaching cues for wellness, performance, corrective and play, and more. Participants will walk away from the workshop with a $90 SandBell assortment, CECs from ACE, NASM and PTAG, SandBell Training Manual, t-shirt, and a new knowledge base and exercise library to re-energize the new and existing coaching models!
The American Council Exercise (ACE) review gives the Hyperwear SandBell four stars.
“We do just about everything. We do farmer’s walks rotational twists or throws. We’ll do chest passes, which is the same as the basketball chest pass. Overhead throws, where you have the weight extended overhead and you take a step forward, squeeze through the abs, and then torque your upper body and throw. But probably our best move is the slam. It’s something I don’t think a lot of people are doing.” - Jeff “Mad Dog” Madden, University of Texas Football Assistant Athletic Director for Strength and Conditioning
“Great tool. Durable, doesn’t leak. Very portable and versatile medicene ball.” - Vern Gambetta, Hyperwear Advisor and functional sports training specialist
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