Go Sports Training is a preferred partner of Dartfish USA and sells Dartfish Video Analysis software that helps coaches improve the skills of their players by using video feedback. Dartfish software also offers a game editing system for coaches needing to break down their game film and scout opponents. Watch a brief video of John Smoltz and how Dartfish is used in Baseball at: http://coachbook.ning.com/video/john-smoltz-and-dartfish.
For more information, contact Shelly Francis at… Continue
Added by GoSports Combines on June 19, 2009 at 10:51am —
Coaches' Classifieds is an online athletic networking community connecting coaches, athletes, parents, schools and organizations through personal classifieds.
Coaches, post your ads on our site to find athletes to train outside of your daily coaching routine. Athletes are always looking for a way to get an edge on the competition. You can help them by training them in sport and position specific one on one sessions.
Too many athletes turn to speed and strength training to… Continue
Added by Coaches' Classifieds on June 19, 2009 at 3:30am —
Added by GoSports Combines on June 17, 2009 at 12:34pm —
Last week we launched a Hudl package designed specifically for youth teams. It has everything you need to get started breaking down and analyzing video.
The youth package is only $250 per year.
Added by Hudl on June 16, 2009 at 8:58am —
Pro hockey and basketball decided their championships this weekend and it got me thinking about winning and being part of those experiences. I was part of back to back championships in little league as a youngster and coached two championship teams in basketball. I was also an all state tennis player in New Jersey in the late 80s. The individual accolades were nice but I'd have given them up for a team title any day. We finished second three of my four years of high school. There are always… Continue
Added by Jason Durham on June 15, 2009 at 7:06am —
What a phenomenal weekend! I don't think you could have had a Hollywood script that would have been more dramatic! Great pitching, outstanding defense, and timely hitting made it happen. We had 5 one-run games out of the 8 we played. We won 4 of them, including the last 2 for the championship.
Every player had a part in this. To see such consistency from top to bottom was fantastic, but here are some of the things that stand out in my mind:
* Kelsey's home run
* Lindsey's… Continue
Added by Dana Wisecarver on June 10, 2009 at 11:17pm —
Tonight's track run was enough for me on a lot of ends. Tuesday's run was hard on me, as I felt it on Wednesday. I was going to run last night, but some last-minute events changed my evening plans. So, that left tonight open for a good run. I felt like my body was telling me "You can run, but you can't run me out tonight, I need some rest!", since my work day was rather rough on me physically, so I decided on some "3 & 1"s to do.
Added by Rick Karboviak on June 5, 2009 at 7:47pm —
Tonight's all-out track attack workout consisted of myself & a pair of shoes. No stopwatch tonight, just wanted to cruise at my own percieved levels and not get tied up in agonizing over numbers too much from my workout. Today was just another one of those days where you simply need to just get out, burn out a good workout, and go home.
So, I set out on my run to the track and did the following:
Jog to the track
Jog 1 lap
Jog 100,… Continue
Added by Rick Karboviak on June 2, 2009 at 7:46pm —
You probably know that you need to learn the good fundamentals of hitting a softball before you can actually put it all together and be a consistent threat at the plate. Here's a good tip for softball hitting
that focuses on the actual swing.
As the hands move out of the launch position and the swing nears the moment of truth, the knob of the bat should point at the… Continue
Added by Marc Dageanais on June 2, 2009 at 4:00pm —
The first day of Spring Football was yesterday, June 1st. It was a great first day with lots of fine young men working hard with a mission in mind. Go Jags!
Added by Dan Whitsett on June 2, 2009 at 2:38pm —
I wanted to share with you an excerpt of my newest e-book, KettleBolics, which I released about a month or two ago. So far it has been selling well, since I combined with my "Endure!" e-book as a new package of guides for runners.
Here is my excerpt from Section 1 of KettleBolics:
After going through a season of coaching cross-country, I hit an injury snag: My illiotibial band was flaring up & became an issue for continuing my running… Continue
Added by Rick Karboviak on June 1, 2009 at 8:54pm —
I HATE COMPLAINERS.
**deep breath, deep breath**
I’m all fired up today on this topic, because I deal with it nearly every day and it is ONLY GETTING WORSE! As many of you know I coach football and baseball while teaching high school Economics and running my gym (and this site). I have the the excuses that I get on a daily basis grow astronomically.
Let me give you a few examples:
Culture of… Continue
Added by Joe Hashey on June 1, 2009 at 4:48pm —
We sent out our second ever newsletter this past Friday.
Read it here
Added by Hudl on June 1, 2009 at 8:27am —