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Video Taping Presentation
Video Taping Replay movements to view problem areas Archive athlete when performing at their best Teach by using examples of other athletes Helps develop coaches eye Allows coach and athlete to review cause and effect Ability to utilize slow motion and frame by frame technology What are the Benefits of using video:
Technology for Coaches! Did you know there is an APP for that? Todays coaches have new technology at their finger tips when it comes to reviewing physical movements within an athletes game. There are coaching analysis apps available for your iPad, iPhone, or Android devices. Quick on-the-spot analysis for any coach to use with their bowlers Apps that are available include: Coachs Eye - this app has instant video analysis and a slow-motion review function CoachMyVideo with anytime, anywhere Video Analysis along with frame capture Ubersense app has side by side comparison functions and screen drawing. Video Taping
Cameras If you choose a camera for video work there are some differences: Digital vs. Analog (VHS) Ability to record in low light (lux) Slow motion and frame-by-frame replay Size of view screen on camera
Video Taping Helpful Hints and Tips WYSIWYG Lighting Panning Leader Taking Multiple Shots
Video Taping WYSIWYG (acronym) What You See IS What You Get Too Close Too Far Away Obstructed View
Video Taping How would you improve these videos?
Video Taping What Lighting issue needs to be addressed?
Video Taping Video Capturing Start recording before the action begins Continue to record after the approach, footwork, armswing or release is completed.
Video Taping There will be times when you may need to Take Multiple Shots Take several shots to insure a good view More than one will allow opportunity to spot inconsistencies
Plan your shots Video Taping Side View Minimal two-lane video distance Stationary or Panning Side view from start position Side view from finish position
Video Taping Back View Head-to-toe Swing plane
Video Taping Release Stationary
Video Taping Front View Front Side taken from the finish position Will require permission from the bowling center personal to video from out on the lane standing on the Gutter cap.
Video Taping Video analysis in bowling gives athletes and coaches an opportunity to research, diagnose and compile visual data that can be dissected, moment by moment, which is otherwise unavailable after a moment has passed.
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