Football training ball with rope, The JugglePro ball is available in Football Schools

A global discipline, football has proven to be a sport that brings people together and provokes strong emotions. The football industry generates billions of euros each year, the economic issues go beyond the framework of sport. The training of young footballers is the center of attention. A young player aiming to become a professional cannot rely on his talent; he must develop his physical, mental and technical characteristics throughout his apprenticeship. The modern footballer must know how to play with both feet, mastering each of his movements to perfection: control, passing, shooting.

Jugglepro was inspired by an ancient Chinese game to develop a modern training ball called SKILLBALL . Played in Asia in groups to the sound of lively music, this ball game is now part of the training program in training centers. The system is simple, it consists of attaching the balloon to a rope and a handle. The main advantage is the repetition of the gesture. A young player training regularly with the SkillBall JugglePro achieves more than 500,000 touches per season, the technical progress is considerable with concrete effects visible on the field.

Products similar to JugglePro's SKILLBALL exist on the market: Senseball, DribbleUp, FutSolo. Originally from Belgium, Senseball is used among others by the Belgian Football Federation, RSC Anderlecht, KRC Genk, Royal Antwerp.

The SKILLBALL ball is size 2 to perfect the young footballer's foot. JugglePro started from the observation that a footballer who knows how to juggle a smaller ball, such as a tennis ball, will always be more comfortable with a larger ball. The SenseBall is size 3, slightly larger and more suitable for adults.

What skills are developed with the JugglePro SKILLBALL?

Used regularly in training, the JugglePro SKILLBALL ball allows you to develop numerous footballing techniques and skills. The first skills it strengthens are coordination and ball control. It also develops the use of the weak foot, i.e. ambidexterity, precision of touch, rhythm, concentration, foot-eye coordination, body positioning, speed of decision-making linked to technical gestures. It also promotes better use of each surface of the foot, particularly the instep and the flat of the foot. More generally, it is ideal for being able to hit the ball well, in the right place, with the right part of the foot, at the right time and in the right position.

Senseball football training ball with elastic