How to use

The Boomerang Ball

  1. Secure the belt around the user’s waist.
  2. Adjust the playing length by depressing the toggle and pulling the free end of the elastic where the bead is, thus moving the ball up or down. The elastic should be adjusted so that the ball is sitting on the ground with the elastic cord just taut

YOU ARE ONLY LIMITED BY YOUR IMAGINATION  PLAYING BOOMERANG BALL. GET CONTROL PLAY HARD!!!

THROW AND CATCH

Start by throwing the ball away from your body and down at 45 degrees. This gets the player used to the ball returning to them.

PLAY HANDBALL

Now you have mastered the basics of Boomerang Balling, start hitting the ball back down rather than catching it.

BOOMERANG BALL WITH YOUR FEET

Start with the ball on the ground in front of you and kick the ball gently with the inside of your foot. When it returns, kick it with the inside of your other foot.

TRAPPING

Trap the ball under our kicking foot as if someone has passed you the ball, then play on.

JUMPING KICKS

Kick Boomerang Ball out so it comes back to you at about knee height – jump off the ground and kick Boomerang Ball while in the air.

HEELKICKS

Practice kicking Boomerang Ball with your heel – backward passing.

GOAL KEEPING

Kick the Boomerang Ball as it comes back to you – be a goalkeeper and stop the ball by catching it or punching it away. You can also throw the ball in the air and stretch yourself to catch it.

BEHIND THE LEG

Kick the Boomerang Ball out then step forward with your non-kicking leg. When the Boomerang Ball returns to you, kick it from behind with your leg

HEELKICKS

Practice kicking Boomerang Ball with your heel – backward passing.

CHIPPING AND HEADING

Kick the Boomerang Ball out. When it returns, chip the ball up to your knees and keep playing on your knees. Practice heading by bouncing the ball either from the floor or your knees up to your head. You can also chip the Boomerang Ball from your feet up to your head.

BASKETBALL & VOLLEYBALL

Practice basketball dribbling and side passing without the ball running away from you. Practice volleyball using both hands together to keep the ball in motion. Then try one hand at a time, practice serving, etc.