Be ready for what comes at you.
Train Fast. Be Fast.
It’s not about who is the strongest or who can throw the farthest, it’s about quickness and speed – essential elements that help athletes excel on and off the field or court. Unlike other reaction balls, the Qball trains brain processing speed, which is essential to a number of sports. If you can see and track moving objects better, you can catch, hit, block, or shoot better. The faster a player sees and reacts, the better their performance. Qball trains reaction time, hand-eye coordination, and vision fast and efficiently, making it the world’s fastest trainer. Great for basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball, tennis, lacrosse, hockey, and football training. Try these exercises to improve your athletic performance!
Wall Reactions – No Bounce
Stand 6 feet back from a concrete wall. Throw 1 or 2 Qballs against the wall such that it hits the wall
at head height and comes back. Alternate hands with each throw. Go as fast as you can. Increase speed as you improve. Move your head and body as if throwing and dodging a punch.
Peripheral Vision Attention
How: Bounce 2 Qballs to waist height, alternating hands with each bounce. Only watch 1 Qball as you bounce. For instance, the right-hand ball. Try switching your attention from direct to peripheral vision quickly. Try to maintain peripheral visual attention while watching one ball directly. After 1 minute switch to watching the other Qball as you bounce. Go as fast as you can. Increase speed as your skill improves.
Bounce, Balance & Move
How: Bounce 1 Qball to waist height alternating hands with each bounce. Catch the Qball with hands on top. Move your body in a circle while bouncing. Move your body forward, back and side to side while bouncing. Balance on one leg. Hop on one leg while bouncing. Go as fast as you can. Increase speed of bounces as your skill improves.
Bounce + Catch + Count
How: Bounce 2 Qballs to waist height, alternating hands with each bounce. Catch the Qballs with hands on top. Count the number of bounces in 1 minute. Go as fast as you can. Record your score. Increase speed as your skill improves.