100% of surveyed coaches: “video-based learning is effective in sport”
A recent survey has uncovered the indispensable value video-based learning holds for coaches and their teams. In a survey of 62 coaches of mixed sports including rugby, field hockey and football, a compelling 100% thought video based performance analysis was an effective learning tool in sport.
The use of video analysis and feedback in sport has become increasingly popular in recent years as the technology for recording team or athlete performance has become easier to access, its analysis has become more powerful and platforms for feedback and communication around this analysis have become more sophisticated as well as user friendly.
As top coaches and their teams turn to video analysis and feedback to drive performance, we take a look at the reasons why and offer a clearer picture of the value placed on this technology.
To give a real-life example of this, take the example of Andy Halliday – Manager of the GB Men’s Hockey side. “I’ve seen things on the pitch that we wouldn’t have got the benefits had we not had video analysis”. Andy’s full video is here should you wish to watch his views in further detail.
Key findings from the survey include: