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Mar 19, 2019

Can having a performer amplify or exaggerate movement error be an effective way to correct it? Is error amplification a more effective method than corrective instruction?  

 

Articles:

“Amplification of Error”: A Rapidly Effective Method for Motor Performance Improvement

Correction of a Technical Error in the Golf...


Mar 5, 2019

A look at some different ways we can cue and provide feedback to a performer including bandwidth, temporal-comparative and translational feedback and rhythm-based cues.  

 

Articles:

Effect of bandwidth knowledge of results on movement consistency

Applying Bandwidth Feedback Scheduling to a Golf Shot


Feb 26, 2019

A look at the phenomenon of The Yips. What exactly is it? How does it differ from choking under pressure? What effects does it have on movement coordination? How can it be treated?  

 

Articles:

The yips in sport: A systematic review

Flikikammo: When Gymnasts Lose Previously Automatic Backward Moving Skills

Yips...


Feb 20, 2019

A panel discussion about applying different theoretical approaches to coaching, fence sitting, and "it depends" on the Talent Equation podcast hosted and produced by Stuart Armstrong:

 

https://www.spreaker.com/user/9625186/podcast-panel?autoplay=1

 

 

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Feb 5, 2019

Is having numerous possible solutions to a motor task a problem of redundancy that must be solved by somehow restricting the perception-action system? Or is it a gift of abundance that allows us to better adapt and react to our environment by developing new synergies?

 

Articles:

There is no motor redundancy in human...