Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3
Rated 2 out of 5 by djm0351 No quite as expected.
The materials and instructions are not as good as I expected. Not that it was overly difficult but there are cables running inside the black sleeves that interfere with the rebounding effect of the stretchy cloth sides. They deaden the rebound which has be wondering. The connector between are plastic so you have to disassemble to move around. Not sure how long they will last.
Not as tall as I was expecting. Until your kids get good at it, it can be frustrating. Big up-sell to the electronic version that counts the hits.
March 7, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by soccerdad74 Great Training Tool
I bought this for my 8 year old who plays travel. the first time he worked out with he over 150 touches in 5 minutes. Great Tool - The directions to put it together are horrible!!!!
February 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by PBGMom Fun and effective practice aid
I was a little nervous buying this because I couldn't find any reviews. I should not have been. It is sturdy and exactly as shown in the videos. The size seems to be just right.
My daughter and I did the initial set up of the quick feet trainer in about 40 minutes. (If we take it apart to move it, reattaching the pieces would take about 3 minutes.) She has been out there for hours this week practicing her footwork. She tells me that she feel like her touch has improved and she certainly looked strong at practice.
If your child wants to run around the house with a soccer ball constantly or is kicking the ball against the wall or the couch all the time, you need this trainer. Or, if your child is motivated to improve their skills, this is a great way to challenge them. We chose this instead of a rebounder because we wanted it to be on our patio or in the garage so she could practice at night or in bad weather. Although there are certainly skills that a rebounder helps with, I feel like the quick feet trainer will ultimately give her more practice with the skills she does not get at practice. This is the way to be comfortable with the ball at your feet.
November 24, 2013