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Published by Microform Publications, College of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, University of Oregon in Eugene .
Written in English


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Thesis (P.E.D.) Indiana University, 1976.

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Pagination2 microfiche (110fr.) :
Number of Pages110
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Open LibraryOL13745640M

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  The Technically Perfect Sports Skills Myth. One of the greatest myths in sport is the “Technically Perfect Skill” myth. You know the myth you learnt from a biomechanics professor or you heard from a coach at a course or you read about in a textbook that said something like “you must coach the athlete until they have mastered every element of technique X perfectly”.   4th International Scientific Conference on Kinesiology, Proceedings Book - Science and Profession - Challenge for the Future. pp. – [Google Scholar] Gómez MA, Lorenzo A, Ibáñez SJ, Ortega E, Leite N, Sampaio J. An analysis of defensive strategies used by home and away basketball teams. Percept Motor Skill. ; (1)– All selected jump tests were significantly correlated (r = ). Factor analysis resulted in the extraction of one principal component, which explained % of the variance of all jump tests. The 1-LEG test showed the lowest associations with sprint and strength performance. In order to determine the factorial validity of six basketball shooting tests, an intercorrelation matrix of the six tests was factorized using a principal component factor analysis.