Development of figure skating techniques
Did you know that 65% of the world's population are visual learners?
Visual learners make 65% of the world's population. That means that most skaters learn from ssing themselves perform than from listening to their coach's verbal analysis. It is for this very reason that the video training and video analysis has become an essential tool in educating and improving skater performance.
I use video analysis extensively to develop and improve all technical elements in figure skating, (including - but not limited to- jumps, spins and step sequence). I am happy to work under the supervision of your current coaching staff, or independently as a freelance video analyst.
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Video coaching for skaters and coaches
Do you need to take a new fresh look at your technique?
A proper training regimen is only one component of a successful skater. Following the best regimen will get you so far. I have found that cleaning up the technique and performing the movements as flawlessly as possible - especially in a sport which requires tremendous precision- is what differentiates the average athlete from the truly elite.
I am now offering remote video analysis and feedback to any technical element.
Competition programs analysis: Before & After
How can you optimize your preparation to perform the best the D-Day?
That's an important question. That's why Perform'Live developped many tools with an new approach: Before and after the competition. Doing a performance analysis combines statistics (data analysis) and visual feedback (video analysis) to enhance performance and improve decision making.