The ultimate blocking tool! Constructed of lightweight aluminum and bungee straps to allow for game-like simulation in practice. Use the Bungee Blocker to improve hitting placement or as a coverage tool in blocking drills. Sturdy design allows for easy handling and use. One of the most affordable blocking options on the market!
Suggested uses: Use the Bungee Blocker for team drills and game-like simulation, individual hitting drills, and coverage drills.
*Bungee blocker only. Ball and net are not included.
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