If you're looking for ways to boost player engagement using video, then Coach Logic is the answer.
"Small bits of information on the opposition can win a game, especially if the whole squad has the same mindset."
When it comes to video analysis, it's time to throw away the memories of negative feedback, burdened by clunky systems, with hours of preparation, and start to think of it as one of the best tools at your disposal for player engagement.
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There was a story recently told to us about a family, with teenage boys, travelling together by car.I’m sure you can picture the scene…adults in the front, kids in the back, and there may be a device or two kicking about.
Danny Kerry, who has been the women’s head coach for three Olympic cycles, has just been catapulted into a position as one of the best known and highly respected international coaches, and not just in the world of hockey. According to England rugby coach Eddie Jones, other sports could learn a lot from Kerry.
Merchiston Castle School last week achieved third place at the prestigious St Joseph’s College Rugby Festival where they went head to head with 16 of the UK’s top sporting schools.Wins against John Fisher School and Eltham College on day one secured a place in the Cup Group for day two.
It’s a bold statement, particular when you consider that, for many, hockey has long been seen as a sport that is the preserve of public schools and the middle classes and, by that very definition, is nothing more than an amateur past-time.
I am currently sat on a sofa in Bournemouth and am unable to lift my arms. Two weeks ago I could barely move my legs after a children’s party in Bristol...
In recent years the word ‘culture’ has become increasingly popular in the analysis of both good or bad team performance. I grew up as a Manchester United fan hearing throughout the 1990’s how Sir Alex Ferguson implemented a ‘winning culture’.
‘You are entitled to nothing!’ – one of the best phrases I’ve heard that is probably underutilized in today’s society.
While most sports at the highest level are using data collection and analysis to ever-more sophisticated levels, there remains people within sport who resist the advancing technology or hold sceptical attitudes towards the use of data. It is an argument that transcends sports – what should the coach pay most attention to instinct or logic?
We’ve all had those games. The ones where you as an individual or a team were just not at the races; you barely turned up. Or the ones where the opposition blows you out of the water so convincingly that you’re left in the changing room feeling depressed and dejected at how things went so awry. Socialising is the very last thing you feel like doing, with your teammates that is let alone your opponent.
For those that have miraculously not seen it before, the story follows General Manager Billy Beane, and economics graduate Peter Brand during their relentless obliteration of traditional baseball methods at the highest level. As the driving force behind the Oakland Athletics’ record breaking streak of 20 consecutive wins in 2002 – a feat yet to be matched today – Beane (Brad Pitt) and Brand (Jonah Hill) tear up the unwritten rulebook of how baseball should be played, adopting a strategy based on a highly sophisticated empirical formula with a tight string budget against all odds.
The team huddle photo has become the stuff of legend… team-mates shoulder to shoulder, white knuckles afraid to let go and a sweaty smoke rising from the discussive fire.
As a coach it is important to prioritise learning within your plans for development and career progression. In my view, learning is about more than just getting your qualifications, it is about embracing the concept of learning across all aspects of coaching. Whilst not exhaustive, in this blog I’ll discuss some of the areas that coaches can apply learning to and how they may do it.
It has become one of the hottest topics in coaching today. Skill, speed, and power are no longer enough for success if they are not used effectively.
We’ve provided four examples of benefits that aren’t immediately obvious when evaluating how involved you want to get with the process of Video Analysis.
In 2020, Leicester Tigers won the English U18 Championship. They also won the prestigious Coach Logic Team of the Year award!
A summary of featured articles from the past month with organisations seeking to keep individuals connected despite no live sport.
We speak to Karl Stagno about his desire to keep as many hockey players in the game as possible.
This time last year we pulled off some information from the Currie platform and it was very coach heavy. Since then there's been a big change with impressive results.
Whether you are coach, player or official, the two major developments in team sports over the past few years have been communication and the use of video.
Whitgift School in Surrey is a renowned sporting school, regularly featuring as winners of national titles across a wide range of sports and supplying many international players to age-group and senior national teams.
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