FIELD HOCKEY LEARNING: A PILOT PROJECT

Fabio Scamardella, Alessandro Daniele, Giuseppe Nappi

Abstract


The words motor learning mean in science movement, the first general coordination skills (Gundlach, 1968). The aim of this research  is to show the link between neuroscience and the game of field hockey, through the concept of motor learning. This concept is tightly connected to the basic technical aspects of the game and to the general coordination skills too. Through a pilot project the research try to demonstrate that learning hockey basic aspects(driving, passing and shooting) take place quickly through playing(Wein H., 1986) rather than training methodologies. The results obtained by comparing the data before and after the learning phase, demonstrate that the group trained by analytically way, apparently improve the performance of the test, reducing both times and errors in execution.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.32043/gsd.v6i1.536

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