Speedworks is pleased to supply our Teaching Eye workshop series along side Binary Video Analysis. Now we have been working with Binary to develop an actual fun but purposeful app for all coaches, therapists and scientists.
Once you purchase the workshop, you will also obtain a voucher that lets you download a 1 month free trial of the professional model of our custom-developed motion evaluation software along with a tutorial on the technicalities of methods to use it. Additionally, we can even give you templates to use for the app which is able to make the evaluation process sooner (this can be expanded on in the workshop).
During this workshop:
You'll discover ways to develop a “coaching eye” for acceleration mechanics
The main focus for Part 1 will be on preliminary acceleration (first 4-5 steps), which applies just as nicely to staff sports like soccer and rugby
We'll provide steering on ‘what to take a look at’, understand ‘what it means’, and in the end ‘how you can facilitate change’
We will share with you our guidelines of thumb when looking on the kinetics and website kinematics of sprinting (with a give attention to initial acceleration)
Come and join the shapes that you simply see in the subject, with the slopes you see in your knowledge.
The app will allow you to acquire your own information on step to step modifications in sprinting, jumping, deceleration. Instances, distances, angles and velocities of joints and body segments will be analysed. You may as well manipulate what data you see or don’t see on the display screen. e.g 1m cut up times and knee/hip flexion step lengths within the last 5m of a deceleration, or the bottom contact time, step length and hip angular velocity throughout a flying sprint.
We have labored exhausting to on making Binary versatile in order to convey an elite biomechanics crew to your lab monitor, pitch, court and clinic. Now with normative knowledge you can start to create your individual living lab, and higher develop your coaching eye.
After watching the workshop, we recommend you go out and experiment. Go speed up, sprint, bowl a fast ball or do some hops and bounds. Simply 5-10m in field of view to take care of a quality image. Record it in gradual motion and have a play on the