"A player must react immediately to the erratic behavior of the Corpus Training Device or it will quickly get away and out of their control more quickly and unpredictably than a normal soccer ball."
Our Training Balls helps players develop and improve coordination, reaction speed and concentration. They’re also a blast to play with!
Because of their unique shapes, the balls bounce erratically. This requires the player to pay more attention, focus on a specific part of the ball, and react to the ball. Not only do they improve skills, they’re also a ton of fun!
The Corpus Training Call comes in two shapes: “Heart” and “Pill.” Each bounces slightly differently than the other, and switches up what part of the ball a player needs to concentrate on in order to strike it well.
$54.99–$64.99 (excl. 6% Tax)
Options: Shape and size. Shape does not affect the price, but size does. The Youth Size is $59.99, the Adult Size is $64.99
The size can be determined by the color: Blue for Adult, Red for Youth.
The balls are available as a package deal for $109.99 for Youth and $117.99 for Adult
Uses: You can replace a normal ball for a corpus training ball for most drills. They are particularly good for dribbling, passing and trapping drills.
Chris & Bryan grew up playing soccer. They now produce the incredible looking Corpus Training Balls. These strange and unpredictable bounces are just fun, but have real training applications. They grace practice pitches of professional, amateur and youth leagues all over the world.
Corpus Training came about when brothers -in-law Christian Tryon and Bryan Pell were vacationing together in Austria. Chris is half Austrian and has spent summers there since he was a kid. While there, they got into a conversation with Chris's friend Mario Sinnhofer, an artist.
In art school at the time, Mario invited Chris and Bryan to a show at his school to see his latest project. The project required Mario to take an everyday thing and make it abstract. Mario wanted to work with something leather, because growing up his father was well known maker of laderhosen, a traditional garment in Austria. So, Mario decided to use a soccer ball.
He chose 4 shapes for the show: a heart, a pyramid, a "rugby ball," and a pill.
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