Sportsmanship within football has become a hot topic. We touched on the subject ourselves in our blog, which stimulated a number of suggestions.
Congratulations is due to Hamish Bain who becomes a professional player after signing terms with Federale 1 team Stade Nicois.
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.
This year’s World Cup brought modern technology into the mix with the addition of the Video Assistant Referee (VAR). This has been a successful addition… mostly.
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.
Sport plays a central role in keeping us fit and healthy, but there’s another side to sport that we must be wary of, particularly in contact sports.
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?
At Coach Logic, we’re committed to developing better players through the use of our innovative video analysis system. Since we started more than six years ago, we’ve worked tirelessly to develop a system that can help transform coaching.
When a coach asks his or her players to watch a video of a match or specific incidents within a match, what exactly is the coach hoping for?
Legends in their own disciplines, these giants have bucked the trend and are the benchmark that so many others are measured against. These are the World’s most successful coaches.
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