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Video for the athlete

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  • tonylibert

    I am thinking of placing a monitor with a delayed feed on the side line during practice. I am waiting to see if the players will use it as a form of motivation. I am with high school hockey and we play a lot of games throughout practice and am wondering if players will use the chance to see themselves or others doing well and if that will motivate better play. I do not plan to use it initially as a teaching tool because I do not want that bias placed on the monitor. Have any of you done this and if so what were your experiences?

  • AndyEdwards

    Hi Tony,

    I have filmed children playing football in training and have definitely observed some trying even harder when they think the camera is rolling.

    Good luck with it!

    Andy

  • DSGEM

    Hi Tony

    We place Go Pro cameras behind the goals during our matches, and then it is uploaded to the individual GK vimeo software account where the GK's can use it as a reflective tool on performance, and then the GK coach can provide individual feedback on performance. GK's are encouraged to self evaluate themselves. Aswell as video analysis for the whole team we currently tag two outfield players every week and again this  is sent directly to their individual accounts so no other player in squad can view it, and then i can give individual feedback to the players aswell as team.

  • tonylibert

    It did work and players enjoyed seeing play and where choices could be worse or better. Time lag had to be done through software and videographer. Basically using coacheschoice and wifi. the tv setup uses a portable source of power and a 32" led tv

  • tonylibert

    I have apple tv but I think firestick or another dongle receiver would work

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