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...athletic therapist following a high school wrestling injury. During my undergraduate degree I became particularly interested in motor learning and control. My MSc, Ph.D. and postdoctoral research have focused on...

...Take Home Points on  Motor Learning for Swimmers: Part II Providing a closed environment with proper feedback is essential for motor learning. If you missed it, read motor...

...Take Home Points on  Overtraining Inhibits Motor Learning Overtraining inhibits motor learning and swimming stroke enhancement Monitoring the neuromuscular system is possible through a daily maximal countermovement jump...

...University Medical Center Groningen, University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands. Currently I am in the final stages of finishing my PhD. on motor learning processes underlying manual wheelchair skill acquisition,...

...Take Home Points on  Motor Learning for Swimmers: Part I Learn the motor learning terminology for the best swimming practice.  Motor learning for swimmers is an expanding form...

...my work in virtual reality and associated technologies in my current position at Cincinnati Children’s. 2. You recently published an article on motor learning and electroencephalography (EEG). What do we...

...“Before you make a pattern, you gotta break a pattern.” -Gray Cook One overlooked aspect of learning movement is how to UN-learn.  New movements must compete with old...

...to the support). Amplitudes and latencies of event-related potentials (ERPs) were compared across groups at different stages during learning. Results: ERP activity increases dramatically with training and reaches the same...

...Take Home Points on  Motor Learning for Swimmers: Part III Motor learning sets can provide variation and variability, as long as the main principles in motor learning are...

...Not Learning how to Learn Motor Skills Now, early matures are able to “naturally” development good biomechanics (oftentimes by serendipity) helping them to continually advance. Unfortunately, there is always a...

   
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