Billiards (pool) Description
Billiards, commonly referred to as pool, is a relaxing, enjoyable activity in which participants use a cue stick to carom balls off of a cue ball and into the pockets on a pool table. Billiards can be played by almost anyone; virtually no fitness requirements are necessary to play a good game of pool. Hand-eye coordination, dexterity, skill, and understanding of angle manipulation are important for advanced play.
Billiards (pool) Risks
Billiards (pool) Sport-specific applications
Billiards (pool) Equipment required
Billiards (pool) Applicable substitutions
Billiards (pool) Reference sources, organizations and publications
Muscle groups used
Primary muscles: triceps, shoulders and forearmsAssistance muscles: biceps, lower back, chest, abdominals and obliques
Approximately 0.019 Calories per minute per pound of body weight
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