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The Pool Training Manager

Pool Training Manager

Pool Training Manager

The Pool Training Manager

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The Pool Training Manager
The Pool Training Manager
The Pool Training Manager

What is it about?

Pool Training Manager

The Pool Training Manager

App Details

Version
1.4
Rating
NA
Size
26Mb
Genre
Sports Education
Last updated
August 7, 2017
Release date
November 9, 2013
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App Store Description

Pool Training Manager


Hello Billiard Fans, Players, Trainers, Students and enthusiasts.

I’d like to present to you the App „Pool Training Manager“ which has been developed by the company Functionality, owned by Willem A. Schreuder, in cooperation with the German DOSB/DBU B-Lizenztrainer Maiko Andreuzzi.

Although an App like the „Pool Training Manager“ is no substitute for a professional Billiard Trainer it does enable players to learn to play the game or to further improve their game through 250 structured built-in exercises.

Because of the many built-in functions the App can also function as a very good interface or connection between trainer and student in planning training exercises and giving feedback.

What are the capabilities of the „Pool Training Manager“?

1. Languages

a. English
b. German
c. Dutch
d. Spanish

2.Trainer functionality

a. Under settings a trainer can enter his own logo and other information.
b. Creation of exercises in a fully functional environment.
c. Send created exercises per eMail.
d. Create a PDF of the exercise and save it
e. Create a PDF and send it per eMail.
f. Receive feedback from Students and save it under their names and view the statistics any time you like so you can keep track of their progress.

3.Training functionality

a .Incorporated are 250 structured exercises.
b. Receive new training exercises
c. Register performance results per exercise.
d. Show statistics per exercise
e. Show statistics in categories or levels of difficulty
f. Send exercise results per email.