RAGE Medicine Ball – Review

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RAGE Medicine Ball Overview

Rage Medicine BallFor over 35 years, the Rage Fitness Supply company has been a global leader in institutional gymnastics and functional fitness equipment. Gibson Athletic, RAGE’s parent company, knows how to manufacture and distribute the highest quality equipment. RAGE works with Olympians from around the world on a daily basis. They have over 180 dealers globally that represent their products. RAGE Fitness Supply is located in Denver , Colorado — The Mile High City.

RAGE currently produces two sizes of their RAGE medicine balls (14″ and a smaller 10″ diameter). You can order the 14″ balls in weight increments of 2lbs from 6lbs to 30lbs and the 10″ balls in weight increments from 2lbs to 8lbs. The RAGE medicine ball color is based on the weight of the ball.   The medicine balls retail for $49-$64 for the 10″ and $69-$129 for the 14″ depending on weight.

The RAGE medicine balls are impact absorbing, moisture resistant, and are composed of 93% recycled content, which I believe is the highest in the industry.  Each ball is made out of heavy weight die-cut vinyl and are double sewn.  The balls are made at the Denver warehouse, which is certainly a plus for anyone wanting to buy American made products.

The design and construction of the RAGE balls is quality all the way, everything from the stitching to how the ball performs is evident.  The return rate on the Rage medicine balls is less than .004%, which speaks volumes for quality control.  They don’t get shipped unless Rage Fitness feels that they are perfect.

If you purchase multiple balls, Rage Fitness offers great discounts and you might want to check out the Medicine Ball Rack to hold them all.  Rage Fitness Medicine Ball Racks, fit up to 15 Rage 14″ Balls.  The rack will also fit 10″ rage balls and slam balls.  The dimensions are 74″ x 16″ x 52″.  Each rack retails for $350.

If you want to perform overhead slams, check out the Rage Fitness MD Slammer or D-Balls.  The prices range from $34-$109 for MD Slammers and $71 – $230 for the D-Balls.

Here is a short video on how the balls are constructed.

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Tom Crandall

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