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This patent-pending counterweight system allows for exact matching of skill level with success during training and development. Designed to build confidence through repetition in a fun and challenging way, the trainer will develop the legs' and core's muscle groups, and their fine motor skills.

The trainer utilizes a water-filled base and is easily transportable. With three coarse and five fine gravity adjustments, it adjusts for any player, at any age, and any skill level.The counter weights and base pad are made from a durable rubber material that is gentle on any surface.

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Variable Gravity Products, LLC guarantees the structural integrity of the 0gSoccer Trainer™ when used strictly according to the manufactures instructions. This warranty applies to the original purchaser against defective materials in workmanship for 1 year from date of purchase.

Shipping and handling is specifically excluded from this warranty.

Only terms of this warranty apply.


Domina mejor el balón con este sistema de contrapeso cuya patente está en proceso. Diseñado para desarrollar los músculos de las piernas y el tronco a través de repeticiones. La base es fácil de transportar y se llena de agua para entrenar. Puede ajustarse

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