Multipurpose Multi-ball

The multi-ball is a great tool that I personally utilize frequently with my clients in the gym. It can be used for an entire workout, and it’s a great piece of equipment.

Here are 5 exercises that can be done with the multi ball:

1.     The wall ball. This exercise requires the use of a squat and a press & toss motion. With the right rep count, temp and time it will be a great way to hit your cardiovascular system.

2.     The lunge and torso twist. Another way to spice up the lunge is by adding in a twisting motion on the side while you’re lunging forward to hit the abdominals. 

3.     The ball slam. Another great exercise to change up your cardio. With the right multi-ball weight and speed, simply pick up the ball over your head and slam it down. Pick it up again and then repeat the motion, it will hit your body in a very different way.

4.     Push ups. Place the multi ball on the ground and make a diamond formation with your hand on the ball while performing a push up. This will hit your chest and abdominals.

5.     Abdominal sit up toss. This one requires a wall or a partner. Have the ball behind your head with your arms fully extended and perform a sit up while tossing the ball forward. Your partner can catch the ball and then repeat.

XTREME MONKEY Kevlar Multi-ball

The multi ball is a great piece of gear and tool to have around and you can find it at the Treadmill factory.

Victor Paletta

Owner and Operator 

of VSP Fitness

Head instructor at the Wushu Taekwondo 

Sports and Fitness Centre.

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Victor Paletta

At the young age of 6, Victor jumped head first into the world of martial arts. At the age of 17, he won the National Championship title for the martial arts style TaeKwonDo and become a member of Team Canada. Throughout the years he has achieved two black belts in two different styles. TaeKwonDo – 2nd degree black belt & 1st degree black belt in Wushu (Kung Fu – the style Jet li has been trained in) – and has been trained in other styles such as Muai Thai, Hapkido and Aikido. After retiring from competing, he then switched gears and started to focus more on the path of Fitness Training. He became a fitness trainer & the rest is history. Over the years he has learned many different styles of lifting such as; Crossfit style workouts, Isolation/bodybuilding, Olympic weight lifting, strength & conditioning, High Intensity Interval Training and much more! Jumping forward a few years, he is now someone who shocks people in the gym with his versatility with the lifts he performs and the advice he gives people to help them improve themselves. He is the truest definition of an ‘athlete’ & a hard trainer with the best motivation for his clients. He puts everything he has into the getting the best result possible for his clients and the moment he sees something that should be changed to better his clients, he changes it immediately. His motto of “Achieve the Unachievable” Is something he strongly believes in.