Unique Volleyball Machine Features. Precise Repetition Training: The Attack volleyball machine, designed for the men’s game, will deliver thousands of reps in daily practice of serve receiving, digging and spiking. With two extra-wide throwing wheels, accuracy and repeatability are assured in every drill, eliminating time wasting errant hits.
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The ultimate volleyball training machine. With AirCAT, gone are the days when you spent more time tossing balls than working closely with your players to improve their performance. The AirCAT is a fully-automatic, battery operated drill machine that uses patented C onsistent A ir T echnology to safely and efficiently train all aspects of the game of volleyball: hitting, digging, setting, blocking, and serve receive.
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The Skill Attack Volleyball Machine elevates to a ball release point of 5 ft. 3 in. Speeds range from soft sets to 40+ MPH serves- and everything in between Thousands of individual athletes as well as middle school, high school and club teams rely on it to deliver thousands of reps in daily practice
With the all new wheel design used on modern day Volleyball machines, the highest level or power, precision and accuracy are easily achieved. Because there are multiple wheels moving the ball, changing speeds and creating spin has never been easier. How it works: The Volleyball machine has multiple spinning wheels that launch the ball. Each of these wheels has its own independent motors, and each motor has its own dial.
The Attack Volleyball Machine extends over the men's net height with a ball release point ranging from 6 ft. to 9 ft. 3 in. Speeds range from soft sets to 80+MPH jump serves- and everything in between Thousands of college, high school, club and international teams rely on it to deliver thousands of reps in daily practice