Rugby Coach Weekly editor reviews the Crazy Catch

The Crazy Catch is the Ultimate Rebound Net and used to improve the hand eye co-ordination and reactions of top sportspeople. Today more and more Rugby teams are seeing the benefits of training with Crazy Catch and this video from Ram Rugby demonstrates some of the drills that you can do in your next training session…

In addition we have received this testimonial on the Wildchild Double Trouble and NEW HANDHELD Crazy Catch Freestyle from Rugby Coach Weekly…

Crazy Catch Wildchild Double Trouble – “Brilliant for hand-eye coordination – you can use it with all sorts of different shapes of ball, plus specifically with a rugby ball. It makes the player work hard on their hand catch, pass and balance in a competitive way. I particularly liked the way it returns the ball at variable angles, a game-like randomness you would find hard to replicate by just passing the ball to the player. My players were constantly asking for the next time we were using the Crazy Catch net.”

Crazy catch Freestyle-“I found the Crazy Catch Freestyle ideal for training because it was easy to carry and set up. We used it for scrum half catch and passes plus line out reaction work in particular. It was also good for injured players who were at training. They could practise their catching and juggling skills. Much better fun than just passing a ball back and forth.”- Dan Cottrell (Editor, Rugby Coach Weekly)

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For more information on the Crazy Catch range (we recommend the double trouble versions for rugby) – take a look at the Ram website at http://www.ramrugby.co.uk/rugby-training-equipment/crazy-catches.html

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