The most important skill in almost any sport is the ability to MOVE EFFICIENTLY AND EFFECTIVELY IN ANY DIRECTION and to change that direction in a split second. Webby allows athletes to take their game to the next level by reprogramming the body to move more effectively, efficiently and powerfully at all angles
The original innovation in agility training, The Webby Pro. Developed by Jason Day, a stuntman and former UFC fighter, this circular agility ladder changes the way an athlete trains and moves featuring a 6′ wide 360 degrees of training with 12 rings.
Sport is angular not linear. The Webby allows athletes to take their game to the next level by reprogramming the body to move more effectively, efficiently and powerfully at all angles.
Never untangle your agility ladder again, the Webby folds up neatly from a 6' circle down to an 18" circle and comes with a convenient storage back to pack away neatly between sessions.
The Webby is the most diverse agility ladder on the market today. Athletes can train traditional agility drills as well as endless options to retrain the body to move at angles.
Jason Day Founder & Creator
A life-long athlete, Jason Day hit his stride in his early 20s when he started training in mixed martial arts, which led to his career in the UFC under the moniker, ‘dooms day’. during his fighting years, Jason was training with movement coach Tanya lee from body art motion. while working on agility drills, Jason imagined an agility ladder that would help fighters train angles more efficiently. Agility training was key to Jason’s career as an athlete, and continues as a focus in his current fitness regime. Recognizing the limitations of traditional agility equipment and ladders, he took on the task of revolutionizing agility training with the Webby.
Invaluable feedback and advice from coaches and athletes Jason trained with and competed against has helped to form this final iteration of the Webby. After many prototypes and varying sizes, we feel we have the optimal size and design to share the Webby with the world.