Is there a child on your list that loves football? Maybe there’s one that could use less screen time, and more physical activity time. Either way, kids can now practice throwing a football alone. Read on to learn more about this awesome toy.
Kids Can Now Practice Throwing a Football Alone
Up until now, learning to throw a football was at least a two person game. Kids without siblings and parents that are busy wouldn’t have anyone to help learn to throw. Enter Passback Football. This football is just like typical ones, but with one slight difference. It’s flat on one end. That way, kids can throw this one against a basement wall, or any other flat surface, and the Passback Football will come spiraling back at them. Just as if someone had actually tossed a ball to them.
For All Ages
Kids of all ages can benefit from a Passback Football. For little ones there’s the Peewee Passback that’s made of safe foam. For kids a bit older they have to Passback in Peewee Composite. It’s much like the real thing, but smaller in size, and of course with the awesome Passback end.
Check out this video to see how the Passback can be used for training purposes.
The Pro Composite Passback Football is great for teens and adults alike. They can practice their spiral, throwing, and catching as well. To be honest, up until now, my son was always afraid to play with a football. His hand/eye coordination isn’t very good, so he would get hit easily with the ball. Thanks to Passback, he’s much less afraid, and will actually throw around the ball with his dad.
Oh and they can even customize your Passback Football with logos too! Whether it be for a camp, team, company, or more, they can make it yours!
This is just one ball from the folks at Passback Sports. They also have a Pure Shooting System Basketball, Brett Bros Bamboo Dragon Wood Baseball Bat, as well as other item to help your kids train for certain sports.
To see more and place your order, head to their website.