Comprehension instead of sure formulas

The first examples only vaguely showed how motor control can be used for deeper analysis. These examples are not as detailed as you require for applying them in your own training. Hopefully, it was an interesting read, but how do you really apply them? Thus, “interesting” is not enough. If you are looking for simple […]

The post was published 1. February 2014 related to the category Miscellaneous and tagged with .

Effects and Models

I hope that the first examples have aroused your interest. Unfortunately, I have to interrupt things at this point. Motor Control is an area of constant change. It is important to differentiate between effects and the underlying models. You can rely on effects. They can be repeated and can be used for simple derivations similar […]

The post was published 29. November 2013 related to the category Miscellaneous and tagged with .

Characteristic Problems, Part 4

Some of the briefly discussed problems entail follow-up difficulties. These are not always directly observable. The blog is mainly about motor control, but in this example, the result of not properly designed movements is discussed. The problems presented thus far tend to frustrate you. Nevertheless, the frustration can be transferred into training if the problems […]

The post was published 24. November 2013 related to the category Miscellaneous and tagged with .