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Sep 17, 2019

How do we coordinate movement across our different body segments and with respect to the external environment? A look at a specific example of a coordinative structure in baseball batting.



A functional modulation for timing a movement: A coordinative structure in baseball hitting


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Sep 10, 2019

How consistently do you need to move in order to consistently be successful in a sports skill? Is low variability in movement kinematics a key to achieving your goal? How should we be measuring and conceptualizing movement variability?



Timing an attacking forehand drive in table tennis

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Aug 27, 2019

How soon should you give an athlete performance feedback? Is there any value in delaying it a bit? What is happening in the time between an action finishing and feedback being processed?


Feedback delay attenuates implicit but facilitates explicit adjustments to a visuomotor rotation

An interpolated activity...

Aug 21, 2019

How exactly is peripheral vision used in sports? What are the costs and benefits of different gaze strategies?  A look at gaze anchors and visual pivot points.



What do we see out of the corner of our eye? The role of visual pivots and gaze anchors in sport

Peripheral Vision in Martial Arts Experts: The...