April 12, 2013 in Sports (F)
[prMac.com] Minsk, Belarus - The App "Pool DrillBook" - is one of the ways to a good result in rather short time. The App usage allows to systemize the training time. You won't lose time while rolling the balls now, as you've got the training set and the incentive of Victory. Now you are going to use your time in a fruitful way!
Just look around! The life goes as learning by doing. And it doesn't matter, if we use a spoon for the meal, drive a car, learn baseball play, lacing... After a thousand of drills the element becomes "native" and you can do it with "closed eyes".
How about billiards? For ages you roll the balls, free from understanding, knowledge and skills. How to change all this? You should fix a round of exercises and drill regularly.
The "Pool DrillBook" App gives a chance to form the personal round of different exercises and to start regular trainings. The statistics will show success anyway, already after several weeks, you certainly point out the exercises which require better control, others that could be paused, and those, which have to be drilled again.
The "Pool DrillBook" App regular usage allows not to lose time, but to lead your play to another level in the shortest time, to achieve good results, to widen the skills.
The "Pool DrillBook" assists you to grow technically, as well as to stabilize your psychological level. After a certain while you would feel psychologically strong while playing, would be able to concentrate on the shot, would be able to achieve high scores.
Only with "Pool DrillBook" you will manage to achieve good results in pool and become a champion within the shortest time!
* iOS 6.0 or later
* iPhone, iPod touch and iPad
* 7.4 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Pool DrillBook 1.0 is $1.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Sports category.
Located in Minsk, Belarus, 2billiard was founded by Vladimir Belko, an international pyramid referee. He refereed Russian and Belarusian championships, major international tournaments, 2000-2001 World Pyramid Championships, etc. He also worked as Secretary of the Belarusian Billiards Association and Secretary of the Chief referee panel of the International Pyramid Committee, and co-authored numerous instructional videos and learning books.