Jim Rempe Training Pool  Ball

Jim Rempe Training Pool Ball

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Because only practice will make you better. The Rempe Training ball has two patterns one for beginners and the other for advanced players. The patterns help you see where to hit the cue ball for English. It will help you to develop a better stroke by teaching you a more accurate delivery of your cue stick to the cue ball and it will help you to optimize the rebound angle on ball and cushion for a better position on the next shot. The Jim Rempe Training Pool Ball features:

  • 2"1/4 Training cue ball
  • Ball includes 2 sides of training patterns - One For Beginners and the other side for Advanced Players
  • Learn how to put spin (English) on a cue ball, develop a better stroke and optimize the rebound angle on ball and cushion
  • Jim Rempe Training ball is made by Aramith, the signature of true Belgian Quality
  • Includes 56 page pocket size manual with 13 detailed drawings, showing multiple variations on how to use the training ball and fully control a cue ball
  • Instruction manual is written in English, French and Spanish
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  • Great Buy

    Posted by Tiffany on Jan 17th 2017

    I bought this for my husband to improve his pool game. He says the training ball is very helpful and only wishes that the writing weren't so small

  • nice

    Posted by eddie on Dec 16th 2016

    great training ball...really helps u on just seeing how your stroke affects the cue ball an the reaction......great for practing ur English for sure...

  • Best Trainer

    Posted by John on Jun 4th 2016

    One of the best trainers I've use to really practice aiming and english

  • Great for beginner

    Posted by Jose on Jul 20th 2015

    Great for anyone who has issues understanding where to hit the ball, and where to hit for english, this is a great tool.

  • Maybe good for an absolute beginner

    Posted by Tony on Sep 16th 2014

    The very little booklet that comes with it has some good info that you would get (along with a lot more) in any of the well-written big books; for instance, Robert Byrne. I've had the ball and my table for about 4 months and I tried the ball once or twice and put it away but I already knew the principles as I've played pool for years. Anybody will tell you that once you know the principles, the rest is just about shooting consciously and developing your mind/eye/hand so you can shoot almost unconsciously.

    I had hoped there would be some magic enlightenment from this ball but there isn't. On top of that, there are already so many variables in a given shot that to align that crazy ball up (especially on the advanced side where the markings are in very small graduations) that chances are you are not even going to line up the ball precisely the same each time. I believe you'd be better off learning the basics of spin in the other books and then shoot more rather than spending time lining up a ball with writing on it. But if you want this one, I'll sell you mine.

  • Booklet misses the most important point.

    Posted by Fred B. on Jun 4th 2014

    Mr. Rempe should have asked someone with spelling and grammar skills to edit his booklet. Hard to follow the meaning of many sentences as key words are frequently absent. But the greatest weakness of the booklet is that he never adequately explains exactly where the cue tip should hit his cue ball for max English without miscuing. Should the edge of the cue's tip hit the ball just inside the black circle, or should the edge of the tip hit directly onto the black circle? Why a red circle? Unexplained.

  • helped my game

    Posted by robert hebel on May 16th 2014

    this and the correct tip on my cue changed my game to a new level

  • Great for learning how to apply english

    Posted by Ryan on May 13th 2014

    I have only had this ball for a few weeks and I have already improved my application of English to the ball. Very helpful that you can see exactly where you hit from the chalk mark so you can work on the accuracy of your cue strikes as well.

  • Excelent product

    Posted by Carlos on Feb 25th 2014

    Excelent product