Supplementary Assistance for Rowing Coaching. “Examining the effect of real-time visual feedback on the quality of rowing technique”. Simon Fothergill Ph.D. student, Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge.
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Supplementary Assistance for Rowing Coaching
“Examining the effect of real-time visual feedback on the quality of rowing technique”
Ph.D. student, Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge
8th Conference of the International Sports Engineering Association, Vienna, July 2010
Example: The force performance metrics increases with feedback and decreases without during a session from Expt. 1 for rower 3.
The mean and standard deviation for the metrics over all the strokes of a session are given.
Values are rounded to 3 significant figures. Some data was lost due to a sensor system fault.
The system is of some use in helping rowers to maintain a consistently good technique as described by a coach, especially when the athletes suffer from extended absence of their own coach or become fatigued.
Professor Andy Hopper
Computer Laboratory, Cambridge
SeSAME (EPSRC project)
Jesus College Cambridge Boat Club
Cambridge Cantabs. Boat Club
Thank you for your attention.
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