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A GREAT TACKLE
Some offenses are going to throw 70+ plays a game at your defense, thus tackling and conditioning have never been more important. Good, consistent tackling is the key to stopping offenses, and ripping through the S-Pad with authority in practice translates to fewer spin offs in the game. The metal S spring is surrounded by foam, so there’s no metal behind the player. The S-Pad has a protective two-part cover that is removable for storage
SINGLE PONTOON SYSTEM
The single pontoon system and metal hoops allow a more realistic tackle and less chance of banging a shin on the sled.
The S-Advantage Tackler is many times easier and quicker to upright than a traditional tackling sled. The sled almost pops up. Once taken to the ground, a player need only pull slightly on the sled, and it will begin to right itself.
Overlooked is the fact that the S Tackler might be the single best piece of strength and conditioning equipment ever invented. Driving the sled for yardage (30 to 100 yards) is difficult and directly related to becoming stronger in a football position. Every muscle is strained while in a dynamic hitting or blocking position. The sled incorporates an aerobic element while also enhancing mental toughness.
The S-Pad promotes knee bend. Approaching players must bend their knees and strike the pad from low to high, promoting aggressiveness and ripping through the ball carrier.
Warranty 3 Years
“The fundamentals of tackling are easily taught using the S-Tackler. This is a must purchase for your team’s practice equipment!”
3-time Super Bowl Champion
“The pad is in the contact position, the S shape. It’s the best darn thing I’ve seen in countless years. Honestly, it’s a heck of an advancement. We love it.”
Shelby High School
State Champs ‘86, ‘87, ‘98, ‘05, ‘06
“We love the S-Tackling Sleds. We can be physical and technical at the same time. We have also learned new ways to use the sleds. We like to use the Tackling Sleds as a finishing drill for our offensive linemen. The sleds lift easily, and better yet, we like to drive them into the ground like nasty offensive linemen. Thanks for your help.”
Mark H. Gunther
Head Football Coach
John Hersey High School