Manchester, England (PRWEB) July 7, 2010
Elite Motion Coach, the industry leader in slow motion video training systems, announces the international sales launch of the Elite Motion Coach - EMC 3000 - Slow Motion Video Training System during the Federation International Lacrosse World Lacrosse Championships in Manchester, England from July 15-24, 2010.
The EMC 3000 – (Slow Motion Video Training System) is a dynamic training system built to enhance the coaching experience by instantly capturing the athletic motion, providing coaches and athletes affordable access to the best in slow motion video technology. For over five years, Major League Baseball organizations, including the New York Yankees, Minnesota Twins and the New York Mets, have utilized slow motion video technology as part of their player skill development program.
Taz Brown, Partner, Elite Motion Coach, "We are excited about the opportunity to work with international teams during the FIL World Lacrosse Championships in Manchester, England. This is the perfect opportunity to showcase our slow motion video technology system to over 30 international lacrosse teams and coaches during practice sessions.”
Christian Arnold, Head Coach, Austrian National Lacrosse Team, “We look forward to utilizing the EMC 3000 during our practice sessions. Skill refinement using slow motion video training is greatly needed for the sport of lacrosse. Our positions coaches are eager to use the EMC 3000 for face-offs, goalie and shooting practice. We believe this type of technology will benefit our national team during our practice and we plan to use slow motion technology to promote youth player development in Austria.”
Elite Motion Coach is the only touch screen, sunlight read-able; battery powered system on the market today, providing the perfect mobile coaching system for sports motion capture and instant analysis. The Elite Motion Coach, captures and saves video instantly, and includes options for voice over audio analysis, frame-by-frame advance, side-by-side split screen comparisons, and the drawing of lines and circles.
Every aspect of the Elite Motion Coach has been designed to serve the purpose of rapid performance improvement and accelerate the learning process at every skill level.
Johnny Mouradian, General Manager of Canadian National Field Lacrosse Team and President & CEO of American Indoor Lacrosse Association, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada, says “The EMC 3000 allows our academy coaching staff to capture the mechanics and fundamentals of our athletes instantly. We capture the motion using the EMC 3000 slow motion video technology, and within seconds we analyze the slow motion video for the athlete. This is a breakthrough for coaches and player development. "
About the Federation of International Lacrosse FIL World Games Championships
The 2010 FIL World Lacrosse Championships will be held at the Manchester University Sports grounds, The Firs from the July 15th - 24th 2010. The Federation of International Lacrosse™, shortened to FIL™, was established in August 2008 with the merger of both the men's and women's international lacrosse federations. FIL™ is responsible for the Men's World Lacrosse Championship, World Indoor Lacrosse Championship, Women's Lacrosse World Cup, and both the Men's and Women's Under-19 World Lacrosse Championships. These events are held every four years. To learn more about the FIL, please visit http://www.filacrosse.com.
About Elite Motion Coach
Elite Motion Coach is the ultimate training system for performance improvement in all areas of athletic skill development and refinement. The Elite Motion Coach provides the coach everything they need to offer complete slow motion video analysis coaching anywhere. This is the most complete and affordable system on the market today.
Media Contact: Taz Brown