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World Congress on Science and Football 2011 You may or may not know that the World Congress on Science and Football was held in Japan in late May. The WCSF is a conference event for sports scientists, coaches, medical doctors, administrators and players to provide a great opportunity to further enhance scientific research geared towards football [...]
10 Commandments of Performance Analysis Performance Analysis is still a new discipline and we are all learning the rights and wrongs of the job. With that said however, there are a number of similarities across sports and the job demands are similar at all levels of sports. Regardless of the sport you work in there [...]
Analysing The Coach I haven’t written anything for the site in a couple of weeks. I have been busy working on an assignment and the site slipped down my priority list. The assignment I have been working on is called the ‘Coaching Process’ and involves analysing the coaching style of a particular coach. While I’m not going [...]
Rugby Analysis: Crouch, Touch, Pause, Engage In the Northern Hemisphere it’s International Rugby season again. As all you rugby followers will know there has been a lot of controversy about the interpretation of the laws recently but one aspect of play that really intrigues me is the Scrum. In 2007 the laws were changed and [...]
Rugby Analysis Example I was doing some analysis for a local amateur rugby side the other day and I though it would be worth sharing. It’s a very basic analysis, but it is the first time this squad has been subjected to having their game looked at from this perspective and to be honest a [...]
Analysing ‘Off the Ball’ Often when teams turn to video analysis and using software it all about cutting out the ‘dead’ time i.e. the time when the ball is not in play. But I think, for some instances, this is the wrong way to look at things. For example, a while back I was helping a schools [...]