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Coaching for Performance
Transcript of Coaching for Performance
Thank You For Listening
Feel Free to Ask Any Questions Aims of the presentation:
To Investigate Performance Coaching and Notational Analysis.
To Analyze strengths and weaknesses and expand on one method.
To Demonstrate a working model; to assess and improve sporting performance.
To evaluate the validity of the working model and to suggest improvements in order for it to be replicated in other research. Definition: Performance analysis or performance coaching concentrates on performance as opposed to notes or statistic gathered (O'Donoghue, 2010). Performance Coaching Definition: Notational analysis is used by coaches and scientists to gather data on the performance (Robinson, 2009). Notational Analysis
The breaking down of a whole into separate parts in order to examine their relationship (Sinclair, 2001). Analysis Example??? Venatrack The Key Factors Model, By Ian Franks and Colleagues (1986) (Lyle, 2002) Vicon (Garganta, 2009; Hughes and Franks, 2008; Martins, 2004; Starkes and Andersricsson, 2003; Wristberg, 2007) The Four Different Aspects of a Complete Athlete The Coaching Process Analysis Feedback Planning Observation Evaluation Physiological Psychological Technical Tactical Individual Sporting
Example??? Team Sporting
Example??? Reference List Analysis Tool The Importance for Feedback What is Tactical and Technical? And how does it impact on sport? Sports Analysis Strengths of Notational Analysis? Weaknesses of Notational Analysis? History of Notational Analysis (Hong, Robinson, Chan, Clark & Choi, 1996; Hughes & Franks, 2004; Pankhurst, 2007; Reilly, 2003) (Hayes, 1997; Hughes & Franks, 2004; Reilly, 2003 Taylor, Mellaieu, James & Shearer 2008) Location Position Measurement (LPM) (Redwood-Brown, 2012; Venatrack, 2012) (Franks, 1996; Franks, 2004) What did we use are analysis tool on??? We analyed Andy Murrays tactical performance in both the Wimbledon Mens Final and the Olympic Mens Final How Does Are Analysis Tool Collect Data?? Aim & Objectives of are Analysis Aim: Andy Murrays success rate on three different tennis shots.
Comparing the tactical approach of Andy Murray in the Wimbledon Mens Final and the Olympic Mens Tennis Final.
Suggests on how to improve the tactical approach in future training sessions and tennis matches. (Edwards, 2010) So How Do We Get Effective Feedback?? (Hughes & Franks, 2004; McMorris & Hale, 2006) (Yamada, Aid and Nakadawa, 2011) Example of Performance Analysis? Performance Coach Performance Analysis Physical Conditioner Psychologist Notational Analysis Biomechanical Analysis Body Movements Performance Methodology Recorded Data: Overall Stats Recorded Data: Validity and Reliability of the Analysis Tool Class Analysis Strengths and Areas for Improvement Conclusion Further Reading Appendix (Hughes and Franks, 2008) Franks, M., I. (1996). Use of feedback by coaches and players. In Reilly, T., Bangsbo, J., and Hughes, M (Eds). Science and Football III (p.267). London, England: E & FN Spon.
Hughes, M., and Franks, I., M. (2004). Notational analysis of sport: systems for better coaching and performance in sport (2nd Ed.). United Kingdom: Routledge Publishers.
O’Donoghue, P. (2010). Research methods for sports performance analysis. Routledge Publisher: United Kingdom. Players Position Action Time Core Elements of an Analysis System (Hughes and Franks, 2004) (Cicma and Rata, 2012) (Barlett, 2001; Hughes and Franks, 2004; Hughes and Franks, 2008; Peak Performance, 2012) Data Recorded: Data Recorded: Time Consuming Limitations to the Depth of Analysis Variables Inexpensive Can be used in Real Time Statistical Analysis and Graphs for Clarity Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 (Peak Performance, 2012) Figure 4 Figure 5 Figure 9 Figure 10 Figure 11 Figure 12 Figure 1: Augmented Feedback Diagram
Figure 2: Variation of the percentage of visual memory compared to real number of actions
Figure 3: The Key Factors Model
Figure 4: The Coaching Process
Figure 5: Core elements of any analysis system performance
Figure 6: Hierarchical structure of a model for representing events that take place in a team game such as field hockey, football and basketball.
Figure 7: Notational Analysis System for Handball
Figure 8: Handball Area Layout
Figure 9: Analysis Tool: Court Layout
Figure 10: Serve Table
Figure 11: Forehand Table
Figure 12: Backhand Table
Figure 13: Handbook Sports Analysis
Figure 14: Statistics Wimbledon and Olympics Tennis Men's Final (Peak Performance, 2012) (Hill & Hughes, 2001) (Peak Performance, 2012; Sinclair, 2001) (Barker, Craik, Freedman, Herrmann & Hillstrom, 2006; Besier, Lloyd, Ackland, & Cochrane, 2001) (Frenchen, Lemmick, & Delleman, 2010) (Hughes and Franks, 1997) (Hughes and Franks, 2004; Reilly and William, 2003)