The Gravity Ball Method
Grip-Free Resistance Exercise

What is the Gravity Ball?

Imagine a new way to exercise, the Grip-Free way

The Gravity Ball Method is new way of doing resistance exercise that uses the Gravity Ball®. The Gravity Ball is an amazing new all-in-one resistance exercise device that allows the user to do grip-free resistance exercise.

The Gravity Ball is ideal for

Pilates & Yoga  * Physical Therapy * Athletic Training * Sports Medicine


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The Benefits of Grip-Free Exercise

Grip free exercise is exercise that can be done without the prolonged contraction of the muscles in the hand and wrist which can lead to the most common overuse injuries including carpal tunnel syndrome and tennis elbow.

Extension based or open hand (grip-free) exercise is designed to relieve these muscles and prevent and reduce the chances of developing overuse injuries.

The Gravity Ball will enhance your yoga, Pilates and fitness abilities in a new and challenging way. The patented three strap system allows the user to defy gravity to enhance training.

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The Story of the Gravity Ball


The Gravity Ball was created by physician and life long fitness enthusiast, Dr. Mark Chavez, who at one point had lost his own health. He was 60 lbs overweight, depressed and unhappy with who he had become. He disliked going to the gym and wanted an all-in-one solution to resistance exercise that was effective, challenging, compact and versatile. He was inspired by his father who was a bodybuilder that had lost his grip strength after sustaining a devastating nerve injury while undergoing knee replacement surgery.  Dr. Chavez created the Gravity Ball and The Gravity Ball Method of resistance exercise to meet all of these needs. Today, he is on a mission to change lives by raising the awareness about the benefits of consistent resistance exercise. 


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5 lbs blue Gravity Ball

lightest weight

This weight is recommended for:

    • People who do yoga or Pilates to enhance their abilities
    • Sports medicine and physical therapy
    • Personal and group fitness 
    • People who want to increase general strength

    7 lbs orange Gravity Ball

    medium weight

    This weight is recommended for:

    • People who are more advanced yoga or Pilates practitioners 
    • Sports medicine and physical therapy
    • Sports enthusiasts
    • People who want to further increase their strength

    9 lbs black Gravity Ball

    heaviest weight

    This weight is recommended for:

    • Athletes & sports enthusiasts who would like improve power, strength, and balance
    • Sports medicine and physical therapy
    • Athletic trainers