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How Robotics Affects the Sports Industry

How Robotics Affects the Sports Industry

How Robotics Affects the Sports Industry – Sports Techie blog.

The sports world as we know it is evolving at an Internet fast pace and so are robotics. Athletes and referees can now access advanced techniques and equipment to train, enabling their training and performance to step up to a whole new level. It’s not just about athletes or refs being the strongest or fastest, having the most talent, or utilizing years of experiences anymore. To be the best of the best, each athlete or ref must train intelligently, using the most advanced technique and tech to master the sport...

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NASCAR Heat Evolution Launches On PS4 and Xbox One With Competitive MultiPlayer Online

NASCAR Heat Evolution, the first officially licensed, all-encompassing NASCAR video game for the current generation of consoles, is available today on the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system and Xbox One.

Heat Evolution Is First Officially Licensed NASCAR Video Game On PlayStation®4 and Xbox One.

Heat Evolution Is First Officially Licensed NASCAR Video Game On PlayStation®4 and Xbox One.

NASCAR Heat Evolution was built to serve and is now for sale across North America in time for the Chase for the Cup Playoff. Experienced gamers, new fans of the sport and kids interested in stock car auto racing as a profession will be amazed at the realism, fun and ability to play competitive multiplayer online using a gaming console, an industry first. Break out your PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system or Xbox ...

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The European Tour Digital Assets Powered By Deltatre Through 2018

The European Tour Digital Assets Powered By Deltatre Through 2018 - Sports Techie blog

The European Tour Digital Assets Powered By Deltatre Through 2018 – Sports Techie blog

The European Tour Digital Assets Powered By Deltatre Through 2018

Deltatre will once again power The European Tour digital media assets after renewing services until 2018. This sport business and sports technology partnership includes, website design, hosting and iPhone app development. The Sports Techie community blog is excited for the 2015 golf season that could use a Tiger Woods comeback season to help generate the level of excitement of past years, especially for the newer generation of youth fans that need a popular role model to emulate and follow. The European Tour marketing slogan, 47 tournaments, 26 countries, Drama on the World Stage, together with deltatre tech is what truly sets them apart ...

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PAT SUMMERALL ENVISIONED LASER LINE FOR FIRST DOWNS

PAT SUMMERALL ENVISIONED LASER LINE FOR FIRST DOWNS

PAT SUMMERALL ENVISIONED LASER LINE FOR FIRST DOWNS

First Down Laser Systems, the in-stadium graphics designer that puts the first down line on the field in the stadium for all to see, is readying its demonstration models for trials with eager customers and the Sports Techie community blog is excited about this happening sooner than later. The ‘green line’, used so successfully at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in June, could revolutionize the way football is played, watched, and officiated. Legendary sports broadcaster Pat Summerall was someone I believe to be full Sports Techie at heart as his partnership and product endorsement of First Down Laser demonstrated to all...

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30 Blogs with the Best Tips for Coaching Your Kid’s Under Six Soccer Team

30 Blogs with the Best Tips for Coaching Your Kid’s Under Six Soccer Team

30 Blogs with the Best Tips for Coaching Your Kid’s Under Six Soccer Team

Coaching kids’ soccer is a tough role to take on, especially when the kids are very young. As a coach, you have to learn to communicate at their level, which means less boring talk and more fun-focused teaching. Young kids are easily distracted, so bombarding them with soccer theory is not going to work, but that doesn’t mean you can’t provide solid lessons in other ways. For coaches of under six soccer teams, these 30 blogs are absolutely essential reading.

Psychology of Coaching

An understanding of sports psychology is extremely valuable to coaches at all levels. Everything from dribbling to spatial awareness is affected by the player’s psychology...

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HOW TO HELP YOUR KID BE A GREAT TEAM PLAYER

How to Help Your Kid Be a Great Team Player”

How to Help Your Kid Be a Great Team Player”

Team sports start pretty early these days, with kids as young as four and five enrolling in soccer and tee ball leagues. For most kids, that’s just the beginning. They’ll go on to participate in team sports throughout their school years and sometimes into their college ones. Besides sports, being part of a team will also be a requirement in the classroom and on the playground, and the same skills your child needs on the field can help him throughout life. Here are some key things to teach your child about being a great team player.

Teach him that there is no I in TEAM. This saying is still popular among coaches because it’s so true. Kids, by nature, are self-focused...

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Ways Parents Can Help Their Kids Have a Good Player-Coach Relationship

Ways Parents Can Help Their Kids Have a Good Player-Coach Relationship - Sports Techie blog

Ways Parents Can Help Their Kids Have a Good Player-Coach Relationship – Sports Techie blog

Respect is at the center of the player-coach relationship. With a setting that is based on respectful behavior, all members of a team can thrive. A parent’s role in helping a child to have a good relationship with a coach is one of instruction, encouragement and support. Unless you, the parent, are the one doing the coaching, it’s not possible to control how the coaching is handled. However, you can work to provide positive support that will enable a child to have a good experience.

Age-Appropriate Expectations

Although children at different levels have different physical and behavioral abilities, it’s always possible to teach respect...

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18 Blogs Helping You Be a Good Sports Parent

18 Blogs Helping You Be a Good Sports Parent - Sports Techie Blog

18 Blogs Helping You Be a Good Sports Parent – Sports Techie Blog

If you’ve ever been to a youth sporting event, you have probably seen those parents that go crazy over a missed call or shot. You may have even been the parent screaming at the coach on the sideline, exclaiming that the referee made a bad call. It can be easy to let your competitive nature come out during a youth sporting event, however this behavior can teach your kids all the wrong things about sportsmanship. These 18 blogs will teach you how to be a good sports parent for your child, helping you teach good sportsmanship to your children through your own shining example.

No Sideline Screaming

Watching a sports game is an emotional experience, especially when your child is one of the players...

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Tips to become a sports junkie

Tips to become a sports junkie - Sports Techie blog

Tips to become a sports junkie – Sports Techie blog

If you like to be a sports junkie, then you have to follow some criteria as well. Actually, these criteria are essential for your sports sense. Moreover, your love for sports will invite you to become a junkie as well. Since, the prime requirement for becoming sports junkie is that you should have love and passion for sports also. Otherwise, you will never become a sports junkie as well. Logically speaking, you should have a sporting mind as well. It is very much important for any sport freak also. Moreover, your target should be clear and specific as well. The reason is that it may transform you into a great sportsman as well.

Fitness

It is first important for any person who likes to be a sports freak...

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Is Your Child Ready to Play Sports?

Is Your Child Ready to Play Sports?

Is Your Child Ready to Play Sports?

When it comes to signing your child up for a sports team, it’s natural to feel a bit of trepidation while they’re still young. While you do not want your child to be behind the other children in terms of skills, you may wonder if your child is ready to devote the time and effort it takes to learn a sport and to be a part of a team.

Make Sure He’s Old Enough to Know What He Wants

The first question to ponder is an obvious one, but it is one many parents often forget to ask. That question is, “Does my child want to do this?” Your child is not going to be ready for something he has no interest in doing. He will also have no motivation if he feels he is being forced into something he does not want to do...

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