Motor_skills

Motor_skills - Luke Vinze Motor Development Kins 2223...

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Luke Vinze Motor Development Kins 2223 Professor Calleja When I think about a time in my life when I had a moment of profound awareness in life, I think back to early this summer when I practiced at a clinic with Pat Manson, world record holder for most years of 18ft in the pole vault. We were practicing at a facility right on the front range of the Rocky Mountains. The air was thin, dry, and hot, and the view was magnificent. I had been vaulting for six years at the time and was moderately successful, but had been having some trouble with one phase of the vault, the swing-up. I knew the declarative knowledge of why and how it was supposed to be. I just didn’t know the procedural knowledge of how I should actually do it. Pat had first told me when I arrived at the camp that to swing up you had to have four things: good spatial awareness, enough momentum from the previous phase, the proper technique, and the willingness to do it. In two of those phases, I felt that I was adequate. However, I needed
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course KINS 2011 taught by Professor Calaja during the Fall '05 term at Arkansas.

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Motor_skills - Luke Vinze Motor Development Kins 2223...

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