KIN312ExamII - K IN312 Exam I I Types of analysis...

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KIN312 Exam II Types of analysis Qualitative: most of this class good/poor/long/heavy Quantitative: six meters, 3 secs, 50 turns, 2 players, $10 Heat loss 7-55% lost in head Tech./Tactical/Mental Tech. components Motor devel./control/learning Attn, concentration, decision-making, visual perception, verbal rehearsal Abilities Genetically predetermined, minimally influenced by practice Capabilities Improved w/practice or training Skills Proficient in this movement Current level of proficiency Skill performance Every skill performed in sport is the result of a motor program Motor programs = hierarchical exec. Motor program = highest status sequential have sub-routines always address foot positioning then actual skill performance Tennis serve Ball toss + back swing + forward swing + contact + follow-through Impt. Techniques Clarity: clear your mind of neural noise Brilliance: memory techniques make it easier Organization Gen. to specific Inside to outside NSAID Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug
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Aspirin covers up injury and takes pain away 2 types of athletic injury macrotrauma—episode of trauma with acute tissue disruption overuse/microtrauma: anatomic structure exposed to repetitive force Tendons/ligaments Can’t be strengthened because they’re just connective tissue Extrinsic risk factors Training error: running too fast too soon Equipment mismatch: cycle poorly fitted, seat height incorrect Technique Error: improper racquet swing Envir. Factor: running on pavement Eccentric process Slowing down hurt pitchers when they don’t rotate Activity % increase/week to avoid overuse 10% How long to hold an effective stretch >20 secs Tech. skills Cognitive: mental demands Motor: phys. Demands Stability of performance envir. Closed Predictable Begin and complete skill Open Unpredictable Alter movements Closed-Loop Movement Indiv. Continually receives and reacts to feedback Open-loop movement Once movement begins it is too late to correct Knowledge of Performance Qualitative way to improve someone’s performance Ppl learn sequence of a complex movement > improvement Leanring outcomes
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This note was uploaded on 06/15/2011 for the course KIN 312 taught by Professor Downey during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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KIN312ExamII - K IN312 Exam I I Types of analysis...

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