"Draz Athletics Weighted Agility Gloves (WAG's) offer a great way to train all areas of an athlete's hand. Their use of weights for fingers is innovative. Training to have great hands can give athletes a great competitive advantage. I have incorporated WAG's into the training regimens of my professional clients."
Tim Grover, President, Attack Athletics, Trainer to Kobe Bryant, Dwyane Wade, and many more!
"The Weighted Agility Gloves have made my players much smoother and quicker through the strike zone. After using the gloves extensively, I have found their swing pattern more fluid and the players have commmented they feel stronger and get through the strike zone much more at ease. There is no doubt the focus on the hands for fielding drills and controlled throwing motions have enhanced our skills."
Clint Myers, Head Softball Coach, Arizona State University, 2008 National Champs
"After using the Weighted Agility Gloves for 4 weeks, Carlos Rojas hit his first home run in 8 years of big league play. He is hitting the ball immensely harder than he ever has and I know there is a direct correlation between the use of the gloves and his rapid increase in power, because that is the only change in his training he made during that time period. There is no doubt this product has had a great impact on his improvement."
Brad Komminsk, Bowie Baysox Baseball Team, AA Affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles, Manager.
"My players and coaching staff are sold on the WAG's effectiveness. At St. Louis University we've implemented the WAGs in our strength and conditioning program. Our team has definitely seen and felt the benefits from the WAGs. We need an edge for our players, and the WAGs gives us that edge."
Rick Majerus, Head Basketball Coach, St. Louis University
"The Weighted Agility Gloves are an excellent addition to our specific sports training and allow us to expand our reach of our targeted programs for all of our clients seeking to maximize their performance on the ice/athletic field. The pros liked the gloves versus (as opposed to) the 1 and 2 lbs weights we use for shoulder rotations. I did a variety of upper body movements with them wile holding the stick. I used them in many different settings and it worked to help the stabilizing muscles which we hit hard in this phase of training. Kids should not lift weights, but the gloves are the best tool for natural strength and recruitment without the stress or risk of improper technique and help them in gaining confidence."
Frank Burggraf, President of Burggraf Performance Skating, trainer to over 100 professional hockey players including Jason Blake and Curtis Brown.
"The Weighted Agility Gloves are a great way to have your hitters swing their own personal bat and still continue to have bat control."
"I love how the WAGs build hand strength, forearm strength, and give our hitters the true feeling of hitting through the ball."
"The WAGs have truly helped build our bat speed"
Tim Walton. Head Softball coach, University of Florida.
"In July of 2008 I started training with the WAGs, my club head speed was 137 mph... after training with the WAGs for 7 months my club head speed is now 160 mph! The WAGs are a significant factor in my developments, and I would recommend them all golfers"
Ryan Winther, Professional Long Drive Golfer.
"The gloves work small muscles that don't receive much attention in traditional training methods. If you use them, it gives you the impression you've got tired muscles in your fingers. Because training advancements have "equalized" athletes so much, it's crucial to be on the leading edge of training innovations."
Mark Farley, Head Football Coach, University of Northern Iowa.
"When it comes to hitting and swinging, it doesn't change their swing and the path of the bat doesn't change. My pitchers like to use them in drills such as the towel drill to develop strength and quickness. We would recommend them to anyone."
Dean Bowyer, Minnesota State university at Mankato, former Head Coach.
"We're constantly evolving. It's our job to stay cutting edge, it's really important to maintain a beginners mind set and be cutting edge with the training that's available. There is definitely a need in basketball for this training tool."
Erick Schork, Strength and Conditioning Coach for Basketball, St. Louis University.
"I was recently introduced to your Weighted Agility Glove and was very impressed with the design, quality, and performance. As a doctor of Physical Therapy, I am always looking for products for my patients that are easy to use, fun, and allow safe body mechanics especially. The variety of therapeutic activities and strengthening exercises you can perform with the Weighted Agility Gloves is huge. The gloves allow us to add resistance evenly in the hand versus traditional wrist weights. this allows our patients to perform functional activities (with resistance) in a more normal pattern. Excellent product!! I would definitely recommend the gloves to my patents."
Jeff hill, DPT, MA, CSCS. Director, CaroMont Rehab and Sports Medicine.
"After using the Weighted Agility Gloves, my players felt muscles in their hands, wrists and forearms that they never knew they had. I feel the WAGs will be an instrumental training aid for our program."
Gene Schultz, Lansing Kee High School, most wins in baseball history (over 1500 career wins) in the nation.