ABOUT THIS EPISODE

A look at 3 recent studies evaluating the effects of different types of instruction (explicit, analogy and focus of attention) on performance, movement kinematics and motor learning.

 

Articles:

The acute effects of analogy and explicit instruction on movement and performance

The effects of instructional cues on performance and mechanics during a gross motor movement

Changing one’s focus of attention alters the structure of movement variability  

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