Anson Dorrance, Winningest NCAA Soccer Coach, UNC Chapel Hill
When a coach can use data to help athletes reach their potential, the entire dynamic improves.
The ability to easily gather data and share that data with your athletes in a way that is constructive, consistent, and positive is a literal game changer.
Doubt is among the most destructive forces an athlete can face. When an athlete receives rapid, daily feedback following a training session or a competition, their understanding of where their strengths and weaknesses are become clear and their relationship with their coaches become stronger.
As a coach, this does not have to be difficult or a big time commitment.
With a little up front set up, you can have your own metrics and an easy way to deliver and receive feedback that can be monitored, tracked, and charted so your athletes can train and perform without wondering what you're thinking.