HECOstix is an unmatched reaction and hand eye coordination device. We use it as a staple in the development of thousands of Olympic and professional athletes.
"Such a great athletic tool"
If you want to track the puck like an elite goaltender, you have to possess outstanding hand eye coordination. It's a skill that can be improved. HECOstix are fun, cost effective tools that get results! Every goaltender should have a set.
As someone that plays tennis everyday, I know how vital hand eye coordination is. Since using HECOstix, I've noticed a significant improvement in my ball contact and shot confidence. I would highly recommend any athlete start using HECOstix immediately.
My son absolutely loves training with HECOstix and I've seen a substantial improvement in his batting.
Saw (& played with) the Hecostix this weekend! It’s so much fun & I see so many therapeutic uses for it: athletes, kids who need to develop better coordination, occupational & physical therapy - & just all around fun. Wishing much success for this awesome product!!!
“ Everything that we do in sports, and for that matter in life, is driven to perfection with repetition and muscle memory. Sometimes we lose sight of the fact that not all of the training implemented to achieve success must be accomplished by the use of “high tech” equipment. Often, a simple training device can be invaluable in the quest for excellence. HECOStix is a great example of how something so simple and inexpensive can do so much to achieve results. Simply put, I love what HECOStix brings to the playing field!! In my opinion, using this product to improve eye-hand coordination is a must!”
" I love the product. As a baseball coach, its a great tool to teach hand eye coordination for learning the difficult skill of catching. I had a blast playing with my 8 year old son and 4 year daughter, it was as much a fun game as skill acquisition."
Our kids are having a blast using HECOstix for volleyball and softball training. A fun drill for volleyball is tossing the stick as if you are serving and then call a color as the player swings through and catch the stick at that color. So far I have found that it emphasizes a good toss and of course, eye-hand coordination.