Guided Self Practice
Coaches create plays with a drag-and-drop interface and can assign a wide variety of animations to make the game come to life. The players can view the game from any angle in a traditional X’s and O’s format, a third person point of view, and an in-eyes point of view. This increases repetitions the players can see and allows them to experience their full playbook at home.
Better Retention of Game Concepts
By adding Virtual Reality to game preparation, athletes can have a better understanding of their playbook and how their offensive or defensive schemes work. With the current generation of athletes growing on football video games, SIDEKIQ trains these athletes in a way that they are accustomed to.
Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation
Athletes can train their brains without the physical wear and tear that accompanies typical practice. This is crucial in building “football” smarts while preventing season ending injuries. Additionally, athletes rehabbing injuries can keep up with the mental side of the game even if they’re unable to practice.