The Hudl Up Tour kicked off tonight in Denver. Even though it’s underway, it’s not too late to sign up for a stop in your area. We still have spots open along the tour. Still need convincing? Here are a few reasons you should be there.
Installing a no-huddle offense isn’t an easy process. Most of it is learned through trial and error. Here are some problems we encountered along the way—hopefully this will help you avoid making the same mistakes we did.
This week: Mystery sounds coming from the ground in a small Wisconsin town, Google Chrome makes its climb to #1, we begin to rethink anything we’ve ever known about branding, the state of Ohio single-handedly takes over March Madness, and a little weekend motivation.
March is National Athletic Trainers Month. Athletic Trainers are a great asset to a program and can aide in keeping athletes injury free and making sure proper steps are taken once an injury occurs.
Two ways to keep athletes healthy is assessing their activity on an individual basis and communicating with their parents. Here’s advice from Paul LaDuke and Danielle Kleber, two Athletic Trainers, for effectively doing these things:
Just a reminder that the entire Hudl team will be leaving for our company-wide retreat to Las Vegas today. We’ll be setting new goals for 2012 and hope to come away with some great ideas for making Hudl even better for our partners.
Coaches are constantly looking for new ways to keep their athletes focused through the week. Using video to scout your opponent is a great way to prepare them, but it’s also great to have a way to supplement your film study. One of our field reps, Frank Steele, uses a website called ProProfs to create free online quizzes to test his players’ knowledge of formations and develop the ability to quickly recognize them.
In this week’s Weekly Hudl: Another excuse to tweet during the day, The Verge convinces us to go out and buy a hot new iPad, reduce your risk of injury during training, find the value in taking the stairs, and weigh in on the new kickoff rules.
We held our last Hudl Bootcamps at Glazier clinics this past weekend. We were overwhelmed by the response from coaches this year. It was awesome to see so many of you come out to learn how to coach smarter with Hudl.
Thanks for making our Hudl Bootcamps a success this season. For those coaches who couldn’t make it to a session, or requested more information, here are the links for you to view the presentations at home:
We’re touring the country this spring to help coaches win, and we need you to make it a great event. Beginning March 29, we’ll be making 28 stops in 7 weeks to host Hudl meet ups in your area. Here are a few reasons you might want to come:
Learn how top coaches in your area use Hudl to win.
Uncover hidden tips and tricks that will save you time with Hudl.
Ask questions of Hudl employees, including developers and designers.
Learn about upcoming features and enhancements.
We’re coming to a city near you. Check out our full list of stops:
For the fourth year, the Hudl team will be taking a company-wide retreat to Las Vegas. We’re excited for the chance to take some time to look at the past year and figure out how to make 2012 even better.
In this week’s rundown, President Obama tells us why sports is our common thread, Nike creates yet another paradigm in athletic gear, and we learn what an unlimited data plan for your smart phone really means. We also discuss major issues in college baseball and found a reminder of one of the craziest nights in sport’s history.