With video everywhere, it's easy to get footage of you playing and training, but takes a long time to go over the footage. Here's how to solve this problem and quickly get the the balls you want to see again.
Using PitchVision filters, you can break down your session within a few seconds and review the footage. Here are the details:
With this drill from PitchVision, you can use the "spin triangle" to make the most of your spin, accuracy and pace to find your ideal tactic, even in a net. So, find out what this is all about in the video below (including examples).
"Players" are anyone who will be using the system. It's important to set them up so they can view their videos and data after the session. However, once someone is set up, they will remain on the system. You only need to do it once. You can add players any time.
One of the problems with batting in cricket nets is that you can't see where you hit the ball after it goes into the net. So, here is a drill to bring in a better way to assess your shots you can take from the nets to the middle. In the video, we use a scoring system that lets the batsman self-assess each shot.
Here's a simple guide to setting up a session on your laptop with the PitchVision Coach app.
As a busy club or school coach, time is precious. So, all you need is a minute to load the players into the system and you are ready to get them started on video analysis and ball tracking using PV/ONE or PV/CLUB.
One of the most common questions asked when cricket coaches get to use PitchVision is "what do I need to do differently?"
As this video shows, your coaching doesn't have to change at all. Aside from some minor moments to set up a session on the laptop, you can let it run itself. Letting a player have responsibility for making sure the right person is bowling and batting is also a good way to encourage good behaviours.