METHODOLOGICAL PROCEDURES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF MOTOR SKILLS

Natale Marzullo, Mattia Caterina Maietta

Abstract


The function of methodological procedures is necessary to facilitate and optimize learning processes useful for developing basic and specific skills. Through the motivational strategies of functional and conscious movements it is possible to achieve objectives concentrated in different time frames: short, medium and long term. These, allow to identify specific skills and behaviors necessary for the task and to constitute a reference for the comparison between current and desired performance. The complex information for a practical execution is aimed at facilitating the understanding of the task and developing the mental representation of the gesture and an action plan. The motor learning through the practice on the task, represents for athletes of high level the energetic expenditure of main time due to the repetition of the typical gestures of their discipline. There is no alternative to the huge amount of exercises needed to achieve high performance. In this study we presented a practical proposal that facilitates and optimizes the acquisition processes, because in addition to the amount of exercise you have to consider its quality. We therefore aimed to evaluate the post-exercise energy expenditure of a functional exercise compared to a running protocol on treadmills in isocaloric conditions, but also a learning of specific learning skills, decomposing and recomposing the available elements, linking and verifying the results, correcting any errors in order to acquire the general idea of the movement, to then develop and improve it technically more and more.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.32043/gsd.v6i4s.773

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