Championship Productions, Inc.
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Features & Benefits
  • Improve your players' performance using match analysis to clarify your coaching
  • Help your players see their options on the field by seeing them first on video
  • Develop a player grading system based on your specific style of play
  • Marcus Wood ranks 5th all-time among NCAA women's soccer coaches at all levels in career winning percentage (.861)
with Marcus Wood, Hardin-Simmons University Head Women's Soccer Coach;
2010 NCAA D-III National Champions; 2010 NSCA National Coach of the Year;
ranks third all-time among NCAA women's soccer coaches at all levels in career winning percentage (.868); 8x American Southwest Conference Coach of the Year; 11x American Southwest Conference champions (including 10 in a row); over 230 career wins; NCAA Record 145 game conference unbeaten streak

A lot of coaches are overwhelmed by the concept of match analysis because they are not sure what to do. What you say to improve your players' performance and what they hear are often different. A comprehensive, well planned film breakdown can clearly show your players what your want.

2010 NCAA D-III National Champioship coach Marcus Wood understands how video can be a great teaching tool for his players and gives you insight on how to turn film breakdown into an effective coaching tool on the road to success.

Watch as Coach Wood breaks down a game into a 30 minute video that he uses to teach his players the good and the bad of their performance on the field. He shares how he organizes his practice time to allow for a film session to help improve his team's system of play. This information will allow you to know what options and questions can be asked of the players when analyzing match play through the video.

Coach Wood discusses how important it is for players to understand the options they have in a soccer match and how game video can help develop that learning and transfer it to the field. You will also see how Wood grades his players and how his grading scale reflects the style of play he wants to implement.

42 minutes. 2012.

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