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Performance analysis 2013

  1. 1. Performance Analysis
  2. 2. What is Performance Analysis? • “Creating a Valid and reliable record of performance by means of systematic observations that can be analysed with a view to facilitating change” • Only 30-50% can be recalled after observing a live performance! Observe Plan Feedback Analyse Evaluate
  3. 3. Performance Analysis • Aims to capture, analyse and evaluate key components relating to performance and provide concise feedback to inform future practice. • Performance analysis may help talent identification and there are links with elite sport (e.g. EIS) • Qualitative and Quantitative approaches to performance assessment
  4. 4. Why do coaches observe and analyse performance?
  5. 5. What do they observe?
  6. 6. Methods for observing and analysing performance
  7. 7. Technology to support Performance Analysis • Track Aero System • http://www.bikeradar.com/gear/article/track-aerosystem-offers-real-time-aero-drag-data-36669/
  8. 8. Technology to support Performance Analysis • Apps – timemotion, Easytag, coachMVideo, Ubersense • Dartfish - http://www.dartfish.com/en/ • Prozone - http://www.prozonesports.com/about-usstrengths.html (watch the promo video)
  9. 9. Prozone (info from Prozone promotional material)
  10. 10. Prozone (info from Prozone promotional material)
  11. 11. Summary of Performance Analysis Options
  12. 12. Summary • Technical Aspects – o efficiency of movement and its aesthetic qualities – o a thorough understanding of the technical demands of the sport is essential to the coach and performer – o Always comparing to perfect model • Tactical Aspects – o Important in most sports especially games. o Good tactical play is about decision making.
  13. 13. Summary • Behavioural Aspects – o Observing behaviour and assessing why performers behave in a certain way is crucial • Physical Aspects – o Physical fitness is a critical factor in most sports o The physical training programmes should match the demands made of the performer while competing
  14. 14. Technical Tactical Behavioural Physical Biomechanics Notation Tests Questionnaires Video
  15. 15. Biomechanics Technical Notation Planes/axes • “Live Notation” Class of lever live feedback to Newton’s Laws coach during Projectiles game-> report at Lift = Bernoulli half time. Spin = Magnus • “Post Play Stability – Coding” it may centre of mass, take all day Factors Sunday to affecting. produce a • Linear, detailed report – • Angular motion feedback can be made to players on Monday Tactical •% possession (Patterns of play, •shot selection set plays, selection •points from of shots) different shots (Perfect model) • • • • • • • Tests Personality testing. SCAT Tests (Psychology) (M.Strength, M.Endurance, Speed, CV endurance, Flexibility) • • • • Speed Force Angles Flexibility • • • • Times Distances H.R information Other physical info – lactate tolerance info, fitness testing. Fitness testing and health screening. Video • Analysis using slow motion • Specialist programmes eg Dartfish / Hu-Man • Devise a test for your sport i.e. accuracy of bowling at wicket / target putting in golf Behavioural Physical Questionnaires Analysis of patterns of play Influence of mental state on performance at key points during game.
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