Congratulations to our new Crazy Catch ambassador Maddie Hinch who has been selected in the GB Hockey squad for Rio this summer. Maddie is one of 16 players who will make the trip to Brazil along with 3 reserves. This is a first Olympic games for Maddie and our new video shows some of the training that she has been putting in with Crazy Catch to help take her game to the next level.
Train INSANE or remain the same is all about pushing yourself in training so that in the biggest games, against the best opponents, you are at your best and can make those match winning saves. Maddie is one of the world’s top goalkeepers and is a current European gold medallist … she and the rest of the team are sure to leave no stone un-turned in their preparation for the tournament this summer. The women’s competition is sure to be fascinating with a number of nations on their day, able to win gold. GB find themselves in pool B alongside India, Japan, USA, Australia and Argentina, who were crowned Champions Trophy winners at Lee Valley last weekend.
Keep following Crazy Catch over the summer for lots of new video content with Maddie and we wish her lots of luck for the summer … be sure to tune in and give the girls all your support.
Netball fans … have you seen the latest #solosession from Crazy Catch ambassador Sasha Corbin? Sasha is rehabbing from an ACL injury so this solo session featuring Lindsay Keable is all about developing stability and calf conditioning. Check it out and have a go at your next training session or at home and take your game to the next level.
There is a great resource of sessions now and plenty of them include the Ultimate Rebound Net – a great way to practice your netball skills by yourself and improve your skills. With one SANE side and one INSANE side, you can change any drill and add fun and variety to all your training sessions. Don’t forget to send us your photos and videos tagging Crazy Catch and we will share the best ones.
Pro:Direct Cricket joined us at Trent Bridge back in March when we filmed with James Taylor for our “Catches Win Matches” video and photo shoot. Pro Direct captured this interview with James where he talks about his fielding hero’s and how important fielding is for the England Cricket team PLUS this behind the scenes video of the day. James is seen using the Crazy Catch range of premium rebound nets to develop his fielding skills…
As you can see from the video, the pace of the rebound is very quick and the unique patented net technology means that the rebound is very unpredictable on the INSANE side. Crazy Catch is a great way to add fun and variety to your cricket teams training sessions and ensure there are no dropped catches this season! Use Crazy Catch for close up fielding drills or to improve throwing accuracy, longer throws and also batting technique … the possibilities are endless.
Hockey is changing … its becoming faster and more skilful than ever before. On the global stage, players are pushing the boundaries of what is possible whilst the surfaces and equipment create a game in which the ball is in the air more and control and touch is paramount.
Basic stick skills are fundamental and are developed and trained daily by all the top players – practice still makes perfect after all. Training with Crazy Catch is a given … take your skills to the next level like the kookaburra’s skills circuits which adds challenge and competition to their sessions whilst you can see the self pass skill-ers mesmerising two ball juggle in this new video. Crazy Catch have hooked up with Self Pass to bring you some incredible new training drills so its not just goalkeepers that have all the fun now with the Ultimate Rebound Net.
Crazy Catch has two different sides of netting – one SANE and one completely INSANE. Its a great way to develop your first touch, learn to pick high balls and aerials, develop shooting skills like volleying, deflections and 3D skills … whatever your position, take your game to the next level and keep following Crazy Catch for lots of exciting new hockey content coming up with the Champions Trophy and Olympics just around the corner!