For the first time ever, players can prepare in advance for practices and games.
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) October 25, 2012
TotalCoach is pleased to announce the new Player/Parent feature at totalcoach.net. Coaches signed up at totalcoach.net can now invite Players and Parents to join a team. Once a member of a team, the player and/or parent is immediately notified of any new Practice or Game Plans. TotalCoach revolutionizes coaching sports by allowing players and their parents to review fully animated drills within practice plans before practice.
“For the first time ever, players can prepare in advance for practices and games” states Dean Tait, Founder, TotalCoach. “As well, coaches can include parents in athlete development.
DrillBuilder is available for Soccer, Hockey and Basketball for iPad and iPhone. Using industry-leading technology, DrillBuilder allows coaches to create fully-animated, multi-player movement practice drills and game plays. Players can review these drills on their way to practice to be better prepared.
"It has been estimated that 15-20 minutes of each hour of practice is taken up by explaining drills." Tait says. "The fully-animated birds eye view of each Drill created with DrillBuilder eliminates the need for explanation." DrillBuilder shows athletes exactly what they need to do in order to perform each drill successfully.
Founded in 2011, TotalCoach’s mission is to instill a lifelong love of sport in athletes by providing amateur sport coaches with the latest technology tools to make them more efficient and effective. By providing a better coaching experience, TotalCoach promotes LTAD (Long-Term Athlete Development) and creates a life-long love of sport in young athletes. Staying active and participating in team sports plays a large part in a person's development and a healthy lifestyle.
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