- Why does my player need a soccer training aid?
- Is it safe to use my credit card on this site?
- What is the return policy?
- What is the recommended age range and skill level for the 0g Soccer Trainer?
- How do I assemble the 0g Soccer Trainer?
- I need to fill the base with water, how do I remove the flex joint that connects to the base?
- Is there a discount if I buy in bulk for the Soccer Club that I represent?
- How much does this weigh? Can I bring it to the Soccer Field for my kids Soccer practices?
- Is the Ball in the Trainer a standard size? Can I use my own or is one supplied?
- Is this Trainer durable enough to withstand vigorous use?
- Where can I purchase replacement parts?
- How do I use the 0g Trainer?
Q: Why does my player need a soccer training aid?
A: Read our Top 5 Reasons for investing in your youth soccer player.
Q: Is it safe to use my credit card on this site?
A: Absolutely. Our secure socket layer (SSL) encrypts your credit card data to protect it from being read while traveling over the internet.
Q: What is the return policy?
A: We believe in our product 100%. We are so confident that you’ll love our product, we back everything we sell with a 30-day 100% satisfaction guarantee. If you're not happy with your product, send it back for an exchange or a refund. It’s that easy.
If you have questions about your 0g Trainer, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: What is the recommended age and skill level for the 0g Soccer Trainer?
A: Recommended for age 5+ and above, and for all skill levels. The 0g Soccer Trainer slows the speed of the ball allowing those of all levels to further develop their Gross Motor Skills and Hand (foot) Eye Coordination.
Q: How do I assemble the 0g Soccer Trainer?
Q. How do I remove the flex joint. I can't seem to break the seal.
A. Place your dominant hand around the flex joint. Right above the neck of the bottle. Push the flex joint all the way over to one side to break the seal. Then push it towards the other side to wiggle it off. Please see the following video.
Q: Is there a discount if I buy in bulk for the Soccer Club that I represent?
A. Yes! Contact us via the Contact Page for more information.
Q: How much does this weigh? Can I bring it to the Soccer Field for my kids Soccer practices?
A: The Trainer weighs 9lbs and is easily transported. You can fill the base on site with roughly 3 gallons of water.
Q: Is the Ball in the Trainer a standard size? Can I use my own or is one supplied?
A: The Ball that is attached to the Gravity Arm is a lightweight size 4 ball. You can use your own Size 4 ball, however, make sure it is under-inflated and dry.
Q: Is this Trainer durable enough to withstand vigorous use?
A: The Soccer Trainer is made in Maine from the toughest materials available. It will easily stand up to the rigors of any Soccer Organization.
Q: Where can I buy replacement parts?
A: You can purchase replacement parts here.
Q: How do I use the 0g Trainer?
A: Subscribe to our 0g Plus youtube channel for instruction videos
ALL THAT REALLY MATTERS is that the muscle groups are going through the motions in relative resemblance and being registered by the brain. The 0G Soccer trainer is to soccer what training wheels are to riding a bike. Like training wheels, 0g eliminates anxiety and increases focus on mastering technique.
Invaluable Feedback for the Player:
If the strike or "touch" on the ball is less than perfect on the ball surface, not only does the ball deflect as it would in real life, it also will "wobble" the entire apparatus above the "flexible joint". This critical feedback allows the player to identify the correct foot placement and angle to properly control the ball.
We recommend the trainer be placed in a high traffic area in the home or spaces where the players frequent more than less. It is a training device however, when located in these areas it also gets used as a "anti-boredom device" and that only helps to improve their level of skill. When the trainer gets used 10 minutes before dinner or during TV programming it becomes part of a routine.
Keeping it Fun:
Provide your player with the same opportunity you may want when working out. Their favorite music with ear buds. TV shows are great for keeping the head up and utilizing peripheral vision to keep the ball moving. They can also check out our YouTube Channel "0g Plus" and practice the different types of moves that continue to be added to the channel. It is also fun for them to be able to Video themselves and share with friends and even us a 0g as they progress through social media.
If you have questions or need ideas for your player, feel free to contact us through our contact form or email email@example.com. We are ALWAYS willing to help.