Initiating technical refinements in high-level golfers: Evidence for contradictory procedures

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Carson, H.J.; Collins, D.,; Richards, J.;
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Subject: C800

When developing motor skills there are several outcomes available to an athlete depending on their skill status and needs. Whereas the skill acquisition and performance literature is abundant, an under-researched outcome relates to the refinement of already acquired and... View more
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