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Upgrade your Quick Feet Coach #35928 with Quick Feet Vision, which is a customized LED screen that provides visual cues to improve spatial awareness and ball reaction.

Fast footwork, reflexes, decision-making and muscle memory will all be tested and developed using a Quick Feet Vision practice program.

Using Quick Feet Vision, you must continually check through 180 degrees for the next available pass in a selection of random or guided random drills, improving reaction times and the versatility of your passing. Integrated with the Quick Feet Coach system, a drill pattern can be programmed and your performance monitored with the constantly updated results.

Comes with adjustable stand. Works from a rechargeable battery.

QUICK FEET VISION

o Improve checking the shoulder passing with pre-programmed or random drills

o Visual cues add an extra dimension to the Quick Feet Coach system

o Integrates with the Quick Feet Coach control box to assess performance

o Works from a rechargeable battery allowing play anywhere

o Vocal calls and beeps can be turned off or on

o Multiple Vision units can used on a coach unit

o Encourages players to lift their head


Mejora tu sistema Quick Feet Coach con Quick Feet Vision, la pantalla de LED que te permite seguir visualmente los pasos del programa que mejora tu dominio del balón. Con el programa Quick Feet Vision podrás trabajar en hacer más rápidos tus movimientos, r

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