How To Film Sport Video For Analysis Using The iPhone 6

Despite the iPhone 6’s amazing camera it won’t take the perfect shot for you to share for video analysis so here are tips to help you.

New iPhone: The Must Have Sport Coaching Tool

With its array of new features and powerful new operating system, the iPhone 6 may be the device to forever change sport coaching.

Top 5 Sports Using Video Analysis Technology

Video analysis technology has changed skill development and training for every sport although there are some sports using it better than the others.

Can Video Analysis Technology Prove Malcolm Gladwell Wrong?

Could video analysis disprove one of youth sport's most talked about and controversial theories?

L.A. Olympics Retrospect: 5 Technologies That Have Transformed Sport.

Hard to believe it has been 30 years since the Olympic Games in Los Angeles but looking at the technology between then and now it's amazing it hasn’t been longer.

The Technology To Solve Youth Sport's Big Problem.

Organize Your Team So You Can Concentrate On Your Team.

Tennis Anyone? Racket's Release Ushers In Future of Sport Development

Dunc and Pop: It Could Have Gone So Wrong

Has there ever been a better coach-player relationship in sport than that of San Antonio Spurs’ boss Gregg Popovich and superstar Tim Duncan?

What's So Special About Genie?

4 Ways Google Glass Can Improve Sport Training

It seems the Indiana Pacers are trying to get ahead of something.

Why We’re Better: The Biggest Factor Pushing Development in Youth Sport

Amidst all of the hoopla of the professional playoffs being played this past weekend, there were two events that undeservedly fell under the radar of many sport enthusiasts: The TELUS and ESSO...

FuelBand to FailBand: What’s Next For Wearables?

Boston Marathon Retrospect: Why We Are So Much Faster

In 1897, John J McDermott was the first winner of the Boston Marathon, finishing in a time of 2:55:10. This year the United States’ Meb Keflezighi ran the 26-mile track in 2:08:37. A quick...

NCAA Final Ends “Basketball’s Most Important Fundamental” Argument

If it was ever in doubt the 2014 NCAA Men’s National Basketball Final put to bed the argument over just what is basketball’s most important fundamental.

Michael Phelps’ Bad Idea?

The swimming world was abuzz yesterday with news 18-time gold medalist Michael Phelps is coming out of retirement with the goal of swimming in Rio 2016.

Always Improving: The History and Future of Video in Sport Training

George Retzlaff, a producer with the Canadian Broadcast Corporation, is credited for first introducing video replay to modern sport when he used it during a 1955 Hockey Night in Canada telecast....