How do you use yours? : Currie RFC
As you may know as well as coaching my school team I also play rugby for a team called Currie RFC. We play in the Scottish Premier League which is an amateur league below Scotland’s professional teams Glasgow and Edinburgh.
I thought it may be of interest to do a post on how we are using Coach Logic in a typical week. Sharing is caring after all!
- Match is uploaded to Video Room by the same guy who films the games. He normally gets it up by Saturday night.
- The match is tagged and published, admin rights for this is given to a new Player each week.
- Coaches can add notes or comments to tagged matches before re-publishing video
- Players need to update status and report or confirm any injuries to Coaches and Physio.
- Players follow recovery strategy posted in the Physio Room.
- Physio views injury reports and plans Tuesday training appointment slots.
- Players complete session 1 in the gym and enter data
- All players/coaches should have watched game and posted any comments to discuss on Tuesday
- Players check appointment times to arrive at training on time
- Injury status should be reviewed and changed accordingly
- Players complete session 2 in the gym and enter data
- Coach publishes Saturdays squad, this may be an extended squad depending on injuries.
- Physio posts Thursday appointment times
- Physio and Coaches makes a decision on player availability and updates status
- Team list is published and Saturday meet times confirmed
- Any last minute changes or cancellations are posted on the message board
- Players have the option to enter their match goals
- Game Day
I am not saying that everything above is followed to the letter but we are trying to become a little more efficient. At an amateur level there will always be other commitments that must come before rugby but on the whole Coach Logic is allowing us to make better use of our time.
I hope you find this useful and I hope it encourages you to look at how you use Coach Logic. If you feel you do something that other teams may find helpful then get in touch with me at email@example.com or leave a comment below.