Exercise Drawer is a program to draw floorball tactical manoeuvres.
Floorball is a type of floor hockey, developed in Sweden in the 1970s. It is a popular sport in Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland.
Floorball is gaining popularity in countries such as Australia, Canada, Germany, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia and the United States.
The coaches that train floorball teams often draw schemes to instruct their players about what they want the team to do in the game field. They usually use a board, and a piece of chalk, or a whiteboard and a marker to do this. But being able to draw the exercise that they want the team to perform using a computer brings some benefits. They can prepare the exercises at home, using clear symbols and text, save the exercises in a disk, print the schemes to pass them to the players, send schemes by email, or use other coaches schemes.
The program is written in Java, so it will run on any computer. Exercise Drawer offers you six different game field schemes that you can use as the base. You can draw over that background the players, movements, balls and text that you want. Or, if you prefer, you can draw on an empty space. You will then be able to save your work as a proprietary EDX file, export it to PNG or print.
- It is free