A Throw Down Junior Safety Footwork Ladder for agility and footwork training, featuring:
Flat, low profile safety 'rungs'
Lies flat to the ground
Rungs have textured underside, so grip the surface
Rungs have beveled edges, making them even more difficult to trip over
Strong webbing supports
Added Velcro loop to
Our Tennis Ball Pick Up Tubes take the strain and pain out of picking up all those tennis balls off the court. And it saves valuable court time, too.
Light, really easy to use, and an excellent value price.
Is designed for standard sized tennis balls only.
Small rubbery sports marker cones which are brilliant for young children. They do just what the name suggests - they're pliable, soft and therefore a very safe choice. They're also bright, colourful and fun.
Use as targets and markers for all sorts of games and exercises. Great for nursery and kindergarten
Pole to Flat Hoop clips.
These extremely useful little clips rotate. Which allows you to attach a hoop horizontally, as a basketball-type target, or to a pole vertically as a target 'window' to aim at and hit or throw through. And vary the height.
Which means you can create coaching equipment according
60 cm diameter Flat Hoops hoops - safer to lay on the court than traditional rounded hoops - less of a trip hazard. And easier to stack.
Use Flat Hoops as targets, lay out to make a ladder or other pattern for footwork drills.
Or attach to cones and poles using Zsig's
30 cm diameter Flat Hoops - with a flat profile, so safer than rounded hoops to lay on the court as they present less of a trip hazard.
Use Flat Hoops as targets, lay them in a line or pattern to make a ladder for footwork drills, or use as part
0 cm diameter Flat Hoops hoops. Why flat, rather than the more traditional rounded hoops? Because they're safer to use when placed on the ground as less of a trip hazard.
Lay out to make a ladder or other pattern for footwork drills, exercises and games.
Or attach Flat Hoops to cones
Giant? This practical, flexible set of 100cm marker lines is for when you want a longer line than standard Throw Down Lines, but less than a full-size Roll Down Line.
Use for creating Red or Orange Mini Tennis Courts, or for marking out any area on any surface for any sport.
Why choose a Hexahoop rather than a circular Flat Hoop?
Hexahoops make great targets, either flat on the floor, attached to poles using Zsig's clips, or wedged in the top of a notched cone - see Create-a-Station for ideas.
They also lie flat and fit together perfectly - so you can create
The big daddies of Sports Marker Cones, these are tall, colourful, easy-to-see rigid plastic target cones.
Four side support holes which will hold a pole horizontally, a top hole which supports a pole vertically, and a grooved top which will hold a flat hoop vertically, too.
Two cones, one pole, and you've
Mini Marker Cones in four bright colours and tough, rigid plastic, which stack well and combine with flat hoops, poles and clips to create a variety of coaching aids. Used on their own, they're highly visible markers and targets.
Three support holes for hurdle poles.
Notched peak designed to support
Mini Tennis Balls 25% slower than a full-pace tennis ball for controlled play on the full court.
Reduced pace for controlled play, but designed for use on a full sized tennis court
Recommended racket size: 25"-26"
Age 9-10 (Green Stage 1) coaching
Excellent ball for all age starter players