ABCA Webinar: V1 Sports

Topic: "How to Coach with Ground Force and Video Technology"

Feb. 9, 2022, 8:00-9:00 p.m. Eastern

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Presenters: Phil Stotter, V1 Sports Director of Sports Science and Biomechanics Expert; Chad Miller, Founder, Louisville Slugger Hitting Science Center

Ground force and video analysis technology and the information it provides has changed how coaches define “REAL” compared to “FEEL”, and revolutionized the way coaches evaluate and develop players. 

In this webinar, V1 Sports Director of Sports Science Phil Stotter, will provide a tutorial on the V1 Pressure Mat – baseball’s first portable and affordable ground interaction tool that measures the quantity and quality of forces an athlete is applying within their movement mechanics.

Joining Phil will be special guest Chad Miller, Founder, Louisville Slugger Hitting Science Center, who will share how he uses ground force technology in his coaching, and he will provide a behind-the-scenes tour of his newly built academy. 

In this webinar, you will learn: 

> How to use the V1 Pressure Mat to measure and analyze three key ground forces within the athletic movement: Center of Pressure, Dynamic Vertical Force, and Velocity

> How to use the V1 Pressure Mat’s ground force data to help athletes improve

> How Chad Miller uses the V1 Pressure Mat in his everyday coaching with before and after examples, and a live coaching session with one of his elite athletes

V1 Sports builds innovative software, systems, and services that give coaches and athletes the tools they need to revolutionize improvement. Founded in 1995, V1 Sports offers technology solutions to capture, review, and analyze athletic movement and is the pioneer in delivering seamless voice-over video lessons with telestration and ground pressure data.

V1 Sports will also be giving away a iPad and 1-year subscription to V1 Pro (valued at $1,819) to one attendee at this event. The attendee will be chosen at random and announced at the end of the webinar.