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Home and club training program, the Quick Feet Trainer will fine-tune fast feet skills, hone the one-touch game, accuracy and ability to turn.

It's great for improving overall coordination and balance. Just 15 minutes practice every day with the patented Quick Feet Trainer system will dramatically improve ball skills - reinforcing muscle memory through repetition until the ball becomes an extension of the feet.

The panels are numbered 2-12 like even numbers of a clock face. This will help to improve spatial awareness and communication in a game. It can be used indoors or outdoors and with the easy-to-assemble Quick Feet Trainer, you can train anywhere, anytime. Practice and perfect any turn required in real game play. You can even change the tension within each panel for variable ball return.

Rebound panels and metal frame.

Includes free Quick Feet Core (#35932) with purchase during January 2014!

9'5" x 8'1" and 26 lbs.


El sistema Quick Feet Trainer te ayudará a controlar mejor el balón, con lo cual serás un mejor futbolista. Bastan 15 minutos de práctica al día con este sistema patentado para comenzar a notar los resultados. Puedes usarlo en casa o en tu club.

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