- Coaches can use video to assess the effectiveness of practice - drills, tactics, team cohesion
- Players are able to critically look at their own performance so they can create objective goals
- Coaches can use video for self and team improvement since it enables the user to view the game or practice repeatedly, in real-time, without having to rely solely on memory
- Provides accurate and relevant feedback to help athletes progress and improve their technical and tactical skills
- Motivational movies can be made to play for the whole team to view that uses game highlights from the latest match or the last match from the same opponents
- Can be used to scout opponents and discover their strengths and weaknesses
Video recordings provide reliable, accurate and objective information that is essential for the coaching process. For lighter moments, videotaping an international game or performance can provide a souvenir for athletes, or depending your creativity, some footage may be cut to create a funny video for the team to watch for encouragement and motivation.
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