If you're looking for ways to boost player engagement using video, then Coach Logic is the answer.
Coach Logic has proven very helpful in staying connected with the team and discussing tactical plays between training sessions and matches.
"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.
In his paper ‘Coach Logic and athlete learning’, Dr Don Vinson of the University of Worcester and a team of academics explored the ways in which video analysis had an impact upon athletes’ learning processes.
We decided to cast the net a little further and ask two high performance female coaches for their opinion on player engagement in the learning process.
In the second of a series of articles that highlight research carried out by Don Vinson and his team of academics into effective athlete learning, we ask the question: how much guidance and help should players be given in developing the skill of performance analysis?
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