SKLZ Speed Resistance Training Parachute

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

The team at SKLZ has once again come up with a great product for athletes in their Speed Resistance Training Parachute.

SKLZ is a name that we have become all too familiar with over the years. With products like the Shoot-Around, SKLZ is known for developing only the best training products for athletes looking to excel in their sport. This parachute falls right in line with that, providing resistance training for not only improved speed, but also stamina, strength and acceleration. The belt rotation 360 degrees allowing the training athlete to move in any direction, and the quick release buckle is great for sprint drills. See thing in action in the video below.

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SKLZ Speed Resistance Training Parachute

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