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.



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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