Catch-A-Balls Franchise

The Frisbees are flying; take cover!

28th October 2016

Frisbee throwing is quite different from any other throw that is taught at Catch-A-Balls.
The Frisbees are flying; take cover!

Frisbee throwing is quite different from any other throw that is taught at Catch-A-Balls. Whenever the Frisbees come out in the classes all the adults now instinctively take cover, as you are never sure which way they are going to go! But Frisbees are huge fun.

Unlike the underarm or overarm throw ideally the child should stand side on. This as a starter is quite confusing for the children so franchisees tend to do a few practice throws with everyone face straight on.

It is important that the children put the fingers underneath the Frisbee and their thumb on top. It is best if the Frisbee is kept flat which, of course, for toddlers is a very difficult concept, as anyone who has asked a child to carry a plate of biscuits from one room to another will know!!

Once the Frisbee is in hand the child is asked to tap their other arm with the Frisbee - this can involve some very twisted moves initially, but simply they should take their Frisbee arm across their body. Once they have tapped the other arm they fling, and that is the best word to describe it, the Frisbee across the room. Obviously that is when everyone runs for cover!

If the child can cope with standing side on that is great, then the fling can be forceful to propel the Frisbee quite far. Franchisees are always amazed at how, after just a few goes, many children do get the Frisbee to fly and it is very satisfying for them.

As a precaution all Catch-A-Balls Frisbees are made of foam so no injuries are sustained!

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Franchise Information

BFA Membership Status
UK Years Established
3 years
Current UK Coverage
10%
Franchisee Support Staff
3
Personal Investment Req.
£1,000
Total Startup Cost
£2,000
Home-based business location Home-based business location
Business to consumer services Business to consumer services
Franchisee employs and manages staff Franchisee employs and manages staff

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I believe that introducing children to the world of sport & healthy living at a young age is the first step towards them seeing sport as fun & part of a healthy lifestyle, not just something they are made to do at school.

Roz Clark, Franchisee in Thames Ditton and Surbiton

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