Post Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan, I speak with World cup winning Wallaby legend Toutai Kefu head coach of Tonga who used Sport Video Analysis to help players understand coaching clarity, roles and responsibilities.
Post Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan, I speak with Tonga's Assistant Coach Grant Doorey. He shows us their journey and how he and the other coaches brought "Defence to Life through Warrior Culture."
On reflection how can we understand the rationale of players and why they took the decisions that they did? Can virtual reality help promote group discussions on what players saw and felt at the time?
This powerful analysis tool can firstly help the players themselves understand, why they made the decisions that they did and secondary for others to understand and develop their own decision making?
Sport Video Analysis for teachers could never be easier. We build you clips to help the players relate back what they saw and felt at the time, when teams are limited to a single camera source. Sport video analysis for schools is an essential visual tool for any developing player.
I speak to Richie Williams, Director of Rugby @ Cambridge RFC who are currently in the National 1 League. Cambridge are using video analysis in a slightly different way; to brief players on the pictures they may see and how they can exploit weaknesses with graphics laid over the picture and 3D virtual animations.