In this post I clarify some things related to where and how video can best be used in a training context for greatest effectiveness.
Video analysis is a useful tool, to be sure. Here are some tips on how you can make sure you're getting the most out of it for your players.
How can we get the most out of doing video review with our players and teams? And how does this link it with keeping players from fixating on their errors?
A coach of a boys team is having problems fixing the passing technique of a certain player. I share some of my thoughts on how to get things turned around.
I have been able to use video delay as a feedback mechanism for my teams. Here's the set-up I've been able to use both in Sweden and the USA.