The use of video in sports is now common practice amongst coaches at all levels of competition. Its use as a resource can provide competitive advantages for those who are able to harness the potential of quality film.
Whether that is using video to provide additional coaching opportunities during or after competition or to be able to collect objective performance data to underpin an evidence-based approach, the main goal for the use of video is to collect or transmit information.
The ability to effectively transmit information doesn’t solely lie with how well something has been filmed from a videography perspective though (although it is a crucial enabler). The successful transmission of information to groups or individuals lies in the ability to design an impactful learning environment and communicate the message effectively. This in turn requires an understanding of the science of learning.Codex-1
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Chris Bodman – LMNTRY Performance