World's first Mobile, Self-Righting Tackle Dummy
The MVP is the only motorized training device that replicates the size, weight and agility of an athlete. Resembling an ordinary tackling dummy from the outside, the MVP defies its appearance with its mobility, self–righting design, and its ability to be controlled remotely. Its motorized system is encased in foam, protecting the athlete while they train. Bringing dynamic training tools to your practice field, MVP represents the next generation of football training.
- In youth football, 53% of all injuries and 46% of all concussions occured during practice. The most common mechanism of injury was player contact.
- In high school football, 60-75% of head trauma occurs in practice, not in games.
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TEAMS PRACTICING WITH MVP
- High School
University of ArizonaTucscon, AZ
Mississippi State UniversityMississippi State University, MS
Rockford High SchoolRockford, MI
Arizona CardinalsGlendale, AZ
Carolina Panthers Athletic TrainingCharlotte, NC
Cleveland BrownsCleveland, OH
Chicago BearsChicago, IL
Dallas CowboysDallas, TX
Detroit LionsDetroit, MI
Houston TexansHouston, TX
Jacksonville JaguarsJacksonville, FL
New Orleans SaintsNew Orleans, LA
MASTER THE SKILLS & DRILLS
SOME SAMPLE DRILLS FOR MANY POSITIONS
QB: Simulate a pass rush from two DE's, passing pocket mobility drills, simulate run routes. RB: Simulate a blitzing linebacker to block, avoid MVP when hitting the hole. WR: Release and stack, mirror drill to simulate blocking a DB/LB, distraction drill, run route against MVP (Release Move). OL: Practice cut blocking on screen pass, DE/DT pass rush, 1 on 1’s against DL with an MVP as the QB. DL: Simulate the QB in pocket, OL taking his pass set. LB: Angle tackling drills, RB in Oklahoma tackling drill, open field tackling.