By Jeremy Rupke
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You want better hands, sweet dekes, and ankle breaking moves. Practice makes perfect, but what are you going to practice? The same old stickhandling drills get boring and you can't afford a private stickhandling instructor. Well.... you can now!
DangleTime is your private stickhandling coach on your phone. Anytime you want to work on your stickhandling just pull out your phone and get training.
The app keeps track of your "DangleTime" which is the amount of time you spend practicing using the app. This time can be shared and compared with friends. Who can get the highest DangleTime? The higher your DangleTime the more you can level up, go from a Duster to an All-Star!
The app comes with 3 free training packs. Each training pack contains 8 stickhandling drills. When you select a training pack a drill will play for 20 seconds with a 10 second break and then the next drill will play until all drills in that pack have played. These times can be adjusted in the settings menu.
If you'd like more stickhandling drills you can purchase them and continue to challenge yourself and improve your stickhandling.
All drills are demonstrated by Jeremy Rupke from How To Hockey with plans to add new drill packs from more hockey instructors.
Show me your DangleTime with #DangleTime on Instagram and Twitter and follow me @howtohockey
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I have been searching for hockey apps to help with my training and this one seems to be the best! The app is great for stickhandling and keeps track of your time to level up and encourage you to keep training. If I were to suggest one change to the app it would be to add some sound or something to signify when a drill is over and starting up again because otherwise I am checking my phone on the ground while stick handling and I would rather be training to keep my eyes up off the ground.
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This app is great! It is already helping me stickhandle better and faster. Even though you can only get 3 free stages if you keep playing you can get really good. I love how it motivates you to do better by counting time and giving you nicknames:). The feature when you can preview the moves is great to really know how to do the stickhandles, and perfect them especially when the video of Jeremy goes in to slowmo. This app is the best i love it!
Pros: free starter packs, great fundamental drills, great videos with slo-mo, adjustable time settings, level-up system is good incentive to keep practicing
Cons: very few, only major one is the relatively limited amount of drills.
Suggestions for updates: PLEASE keep adding drills, especially for shooting and skating/rollerblade. The price is very reasonable given the quality of videos. It would be nice to have possibly more detailed notes on proper form for each drill and common mistakes or troubleshooting common errors. A feature to watch the drill on repeat at normal and 0.5x speed would be fantastic.
Summary: fantastic app to boost skills over time. Makes you want to come back to it each day (and has settings for reminders on your phone if needed).
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- Category: Sports
- Released: Jul 15, 2016
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 141 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Jeremy Rupke
- © How to Hockey
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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