FOR PLAYERS OF
ALL AGES AND ALL LEVELS

15-20 balls per minute can be rolled to the player.
Within just 10 minutes, a player can field over 100 balls to quickly improve hand-eye coordination, agility, reaction time, and footwork.

These are the fundamental skills every player in every sport has to master!

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TRAIN LIKE A PRO

The perfect fielding device to hone your fundamentals at any level.

IMPROVE YOUR ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE

Superior to kettlebells, our institutional quality T-Bell® features a 3-position, knurled rotating handle and holds up to 225 lbs. of Olympic weight plates, as well as three resistance band slots for added resistance.
*Bands, weight plates, and collar not included.

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T-BELL®

Perfect for all team strength and conditioning programs.

TESTIMONIALS


"This is a "must have" product to improve fundamental skills. Great for any age player, especially important for beginners to get on the right track. It's designed to have random bounces and pass-throughs to improve reaction time, hand-eye and agility."

VALERIE ARIOTO | TEAM USA SOFTBALL OLYMPIAN

TESTIMONIALS


I have been using the T-Bell® as part of my in-season & off-season training regimen. It is super effective and delivers results. The ability to use one piece of compact equipment that allows a progression of weight vs. using separate kettlebells, and with the advantage of a rotating and adjustable handle, The T-Bell® strengthens my mid & lower core muscle groups so I can better
endure the rigors of playing catcher in the majors.

JOSE TREVINO | STARTING MLB CATCHER

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“As a baseball instructor and elementary PE teacher, I confirm that this equipment has a plethora of great uses; Reactions, agility, problem solving, cooperation, teamwork, hand eye coordination, and more! Lessons for physical education students of all grades and skill levels are great for many PE standards and help build lifelong fitness skills!”

BRENDAN RUBENSTEIN AWARD-WINNING PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER | PALM BEACH, FL

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