The Fisher Pro Football Pop-Up Dummy is designed to speed up drills and allow for more repetitions, as if there were extra assistants or players during your practices. This dummy is constructed of +a 3-layer, 18 oz vinyl base and an 18 oz vinyl body to assure a long life of the roughest drills. A rubber protected base won't bruise or sting a player's lower body and features the right amount of weight to allow the dummy to properly pop back up. Includes four handles for ease of transport.
Speeds up drills and allows for more repetitions
Serves as an extra assistant or player
3 layer, 18 oz vinyl base and single layer, 18 oz vinyl body for long lasting durability
Due to a shortage of this product in Canada I had to find a different alternative to get this amazing product!
Karen's costumer service and communication was TOP NOTCH and the best that I've encountered in a long time. She took the time communicate with the me & the supplier and also got the product shipped & expedited safely to the hotel I was staying at in Pennsylvania. You can tell Karen has a TON of experience and knows how to get the job done. She deserves an increased wage or salary ASAP!
Now as far as the product I've been able to use it for a couple weeks now and it's everything that I've been looking for when it comes to training my football clients. Has made my coaching and training a lot easier and we're able to get a ton of reps done!
Product Q & A
1 Questions | 1 Answers
constantin ritzmann from atlanta asked:
Are there any difference between this dummy and the one offered by Hadar for $550?
Both football dummies are very similar, but have a few design and construction differences which lead to the discrepancy in price. Both are around the same weight (between 110 - 115lbs) and are each 6' tall. However, the Fisher Pop Up Dummy is made of a 3-layer vinyl construction, using a vinyl base and body, with a rubber coating for durability and safe performance. On the other hand, the Hadar Pop Up Dummy uses a core of rolled foam around a solid center post, covered with a heavy-duty vinyl coating, increasing its durability and retaining air inside for a more consistent performance. Both are great options, and are well tested and trusted in the industry. It is simply a matter of budget and preference, as to your choice.