Train Like the Pros

Developed by professional baseball players, our design is a direct result of searching for an easier and more wholesome way to train how we receive the baseball/softball. The CRT Belt is ideal for any catcher looking to improve or reinforce their receiving skill.

Receiving Training, Simplified

By incorporating the CRT Belt into your training, you will:

  • Improve The Efficiency of Your Reps
  • Stay Connected While Receiving The Ball
  • Build Better Receiving Mechanics

Increase Receiving Strength

Simply hook up and get to work. The CRT belt comes with two resistance bands, along with two latch points to elevate your training & consistently help you build strength applicable to receiving the ball.


What Is The CRT Belt?

The CRT Belt 2.0 and Small CRT Belt are training tools for baseball and softball catchers who want to enhance their receiving ability and execute the same movements as elite receivers in the game. The CRT, or "Catcher Resistance Training" Belt allows for resisted receiving exercises to be completed in an efficient manner.


Benefits Of The CRT Belt

  • Train with or without a partner
  • Build overall strength while receiving
  • Improve efficiency of your receptions
  • Stay connected while receiving the ball
  • Create better receiving mechanics

Used By College Teams Nationwide

Hear What Users Are Saying
Hear What Users Are Saying
"The CRT Belt is hands down the best training aid for a catcher. We incorporate it into our skill work every single day."
— Joe Mangiameli (Sacred Heart University)
Hear What Users Are Saying
“The CRT Belt has been a very versatile tool in my training, from warming up before bullpens to strengthening my shoulder and arm, the CRT Belt allows me to develop better movements and strength while receiving. I love that I can use it anywhere.”
— Grant Roosma (Collegiate Catcher and Instructor)
Hear What Users Are Saying
“The CRT Belt is a wonderful tool. Receiving is one of my son’s strengths. He’s very good with that and the CRT Belt is helping him to get to another level.”
— William Ochsenfeld (Parent)