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Volume & Issue no: Volume 3, Issue 7, July 2014


Author Name:
Prashant I. Dave, Dr. Prabhat Mathur
ABSTRACT Technology Aided coaching’s are man-made means developed to reach human interests or goals in or relating to a particular sport. Technology in sports is a technical means by which sportsmen attempt to improve their training and competitive surroundings in order to enhance their overall athletic performance. It is the knowledge and application of using specialized equipment and the latest modern technologies to perform tasks more efficiently. Examples of sporting technologies include golf clubs, tennis rackets, pole vault poles, athletic sports gear (clothing and footwear), advanced computer stimulations and motion capture. Recent developments in sporting technologies have created a variety of products aimed at improving and increasing athletic performance. Athletic health can be maintained and observed, and injuries treated, through the production of modern sporting technologies such as heart rate monitors, pedometers and body-fat monitors. Through this, a greater deepened knowledge of the human body and its potential has been recognized, allowing athletes to train and compete in sports to a much older age. Participant safety at all times has also been made possible through the development of certain sporting equipment, such as helmets and body protection which are used in boxing and ice hockey to help prevent injuries. Modern sporting technologies have also made competition judging easier and more accurate, and spectator interest and excitement is enhanced by broadcasting and in-stadium displays (scoreboards).
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Prashant I. Dave, Dr. Prabhat Mathur , " THE BENEFITS OF TECHNOLOGY AIDED COACHING IN SKILL IMPROVEMENT OF SPORTSMEN" , International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management (IJAIEM) , Volume 3, Issue 7, July 2014 , pp. 292-295 , ISSN 2319 - 4847.
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