CONSTRUCTION OF AIRBORNE MOVEMENTS AND MODEL APPROACH FOR LEARNING
Keywords: motor learning, internal 1 external view, passive phases, critical phases, muscular moments, anthropometry
AbstractThe purposes of this research were a) to identify differences in the biomechanical description of movements between the biomechanist (external view), the athlete (internal sight) and the coach system (internal sight from external view; Lippens, 1997) and b) to supply applicable and relevant information for learning sport skills. The research consists of biomechanical modelling, collection of anthropometric and kinematic data, analysis, construction of a learning model and its application to practice. Results of the research are: (a) The inertial and the non-inertial system as well as coupling of body segments establish the differences between the views 1 to 3. (b) Joint rotations are not identical with the muscular moments, passive rotations (McGeer. 1990) can occur. (c) Knowledge of muscular moments, "critical phases" and passive phases simplify learning of motor skills.
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