I want to demonstrate how performance analysis can aid learning at both a player and coach level. These solutions are not complex and will certainly not require a degree to master.
In this post I will look at the use of Questioning within performance analysis as a starting point to a discussion that will help lead to better, player owned solutions.
It’s late December and I sit in a coffee shop in Cologne, Germany listening to a ‘Best of Ocean Colour Scene’ album via Apple Music on my phone using the cafe’s free WIFI, whilst writing this blog via Google Docs!
Performance Analysis – when is the best time? #CLChat The third #CLChat took place on Sunday 25th September and while quieter than the previous chat on Goal Setting, this one had a 2016 Olympic medal winner providing first hand experiences on performance review – pretty cool! The first question was open in nature and surrounded the best time to review performance. Jami Mülders, the Head Coach of the GermanRead more
Coaching technology specialist Coach Logic has partnered with Hockey Wales to support the National Governing Body for Hockey in Wales as it aspires to raise the sport to the next level.
We caught up with Sarah Wilson as she prepares to umpire on the world stage at the Rio Olympic Games.
[spb_single_image image=”25640″ image_size=”full” frame=”noframe” intro_animation=”none” full_width=”no” lightbox=”yes” link_target=”_self” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] [spb_text_block pb_margin_bottom=”no” pb_border_bottom=”no” el_class=”.post-scnd-titles” width=”2/3″ el_position=”first last”] SHOULD COACHES SHOW VULNERABILITY #CLChat [/spb_text_block] [spb_text_block pb_margin_bottom=”no” pb_border_bottom=”no” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] Last week, our Live Twitter chat triggered a flurry of insightful comments and lively discussion from top coaches on whether coaches should show vulnerability to their players. In general, it was considered good to show a human side with someRead more
Part three focuses on the development pathway for performance analysis and associated academic and vocational learning environments.
SFA Performance Analyst Dr David Stevenson details the roles and responsibilities of a Performance Analyst, both as an individual and as part of a team.
It is fair to say that performance analysis is becoming more and more prevalent in sport at all levels.
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