Coach Logic Teams Up With Brooksby Melton AASE
Coach Logic are delighted to announce yet another exciting partnership, as we team up with the Leicester Tigers Academic and Sporting Excellence programme to help BMC embed professional habits into young players.
Students on the Leicester Tigers Academic and Sporting Excellence (AASE) programme at BMC have the opportunity to compete at the highest level of college rugby, playing in the nationally recognised AASE league, whilst completing BTEC studies.
Coach Logic will help to instil effective development practices within the academy.
Tom Harrison, Academy Coach, Leicester Tigers states:
“We are delighted to be working with Coach Logic, reviewing games and training is a vital part of any sportsman’s development, especially an up and coming player.”
He added that “Coach logic will allow us to embed professional habits into these players. Helping to create a culture built around constant development and learning. The online platform and app have allowed us to make the video so simply accessible to all the players and staff on the programme. This allows coaches and players to engage in reflective discussion and problem solving around key moments.
I have no doubts that Coach Logic will be a key element in developing our players and coaches to transition on to their next level of performance”.
Coach Logic has always been committed to helping to improve coach and player development at grass roots level, so this marks another fantastic partnership allowing us to help more young players get better.
Any Muir, Co-founder and CEO of Coach Logic:
“It’s very exciting that Coach Logic will be partnering with the Brooksby Melton AASE programme that is associated with the Leicester Tigers.
The Tigers have a great tradition of developing players, and a great history of success, so we are delighted to now be a part of that.
The setup at Brooksby Melton and the passion and excellence of Tom and the rest of the coaching team, will no doubt ensure the future of Leicester Tigers is in good hands”.