How does video analysis empower players?

By Teamer | November 16, 2018 | 0 Comments

In his paper ‘Coach Logic and athlete learning’, Dr Don Vinson of the University of Worcester and a team of academics explored the ways in which video analysis had an impact upon athletes’...

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Stewart Coggin

Posts by Stewart Coggin

Youth sports: five reasons why parents behave badly

By Stewart Coggin | April 27, 2017

We published a blog a few months ago highlighting the reasons why parents should not instruct from the sidelines at their children’s sports events.

Teamer Spotlight: Farnborough Rugby Club U13

By Stewart Coggin | April 20, 2017

The English rugby season is drawing to a close and it's been another busy one for the U13 team at Farnborough Rugby Club.

In the latest instalment of our Spotlight series, we caught up with...

Teamer Spotlight: Spencer Cricket Club

By Stewart Coggin | April 6, 2017

With a brand new cricket season upon us, Teamer caught up with Earlsfield-based Spencer Cricket Club, one of the biggest clubs in England.

With over 1200 boys and girls playing at the club, it's...

When should a child play up?

By Stewart Coggin | April 5, 2017

The subject of a child ‘playing up’ above their age category can be a hot topic in youth sports.

Teamer Spotlight: Westbury & United Banks

By Stewart Coggin | March 23, 2017

In the first part of a new feature, Teamer will be putting the spotlight on some of our users from around the world across different sports.

First up is Westbury & United Banks Hockey Club, one of...

Five ways to deal with angry players

By Stewart Coggin | March 7, 2017

The major talking point from last weekend’s Premier League action was Alexis Sanchez’s stunning omission from the starting line-up for Arsenal’s tepid 3-1 defeat at Liverpool.

Five types of parents at sporting events

By Stewart Coggin | February 16, 2017

If you’ve put in the hard hours supporting your children in sports, it’s more than likely you’ve encountered a number of parenting stereotypes during your time on the sidelines.

Five reasons why parents should not instruct during games

By Stewart Coggin | February 9, 2017

Parents want the best for their kids, but by constantly instructing them from the sidelines, they could be doing more harm than good.

Five qualities kids look for in a coach

By Stewart Coggin | January 27, 2017

Rugby, football, hockey. It doesn’t matter what the sport is, there are a number of qualities a coach needs that are non-negotiable when working with children. Here are five vital components that...