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How Easy Is It To Use Video Analysis In My Lessons?

questioniconThe advent of the smart phone has meant that it is really easy for coaches to offer video analysis to their pupils during lessons.

The apps available are incredibly cheap and very easy to use and there is a wealth of help and instruction on the internet for anyone who struggles to get them to work.       Here we list out top three video analysis systems for coaches on a budget.

COACH’S EYE

£4 buys you what is probably the best video analysis app on the market at present and there is also an optional monthly service available via their web site called COACH’S EYE + that adds even more features and options for the entrepreneurial coach

Click HERE to find out more about Coach’s Eye

Click HERE to find out more about Coach’s Eye +

UBERSENSE

A very capable system which is completely free to use and has very good support for slow motion video capture.

Click HERE to find out more about UBERSENSE

KINOVEA

KINOVEA is a free desktop computer package that enables you to carry out more sophisticated analysis with your phone-recorded clips, including side by side analysis.

Click HERE to find out more about Kinovea

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