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  • The J-band warm-up increases muscle activity of the triceps brachii.
  • The J-band warm-up may provide stability at the elbow in baseball pitchers.
  • The J-band warm-up does not affect the muscle activity of the serratus anterior.


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  • Mental fatigue result in a decrement in throwing skills performance of handball players even when they are experienced.
  • The intensity of mental fatigue-or in other words, the duration (15 minutes and 30 minutes) of participating in the mental task inducing mental fatigue-, had the similar effect on how much performance reduced.
  • Due to the deviation of the performer's attention from related stimuli, mental fatigue causes a decrease in the accuracy of athletes' performance under time-pressure conditions.
  • Participating in a boring cognitive task, through the underlying neural mechanisms, slows down the performance of athletes.


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  • Adolescence is an important stage of life that affect the acquisition and retention of motor skills.
  • The use of mental training techniques as strategies to improve motor learning and performance has been endorsed.
  • Educational and motivational self-talk was an effective tool for skill acquisition and improving performance in motor skills.
  • Physical training combined with motor imagery (MI) and self-talk (ST) has an effect on the consolidation of motor memory in adolescents.

 

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  • 12 months follow-up to examine the long-term effect of motor skill intervention on fundamental motor skills (FMS).
  • FMS requires natural growth and maturity for its development at 4-6 years old.
  • Constant interaction with the stimuli coming from the educational program is necessary for the development of FMS.


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  • Creativity includes measures of fluency, flexibility, and originality and is important for learning motor skills.
  • Non-linear pedagogy leads to increased motor creativity and creative thinking in children.
  • Memory inhibition affects children's motor learning, and children with high memory inhibition are more successful in learning motor tasks.
  •  Cognitive thinking and motor creativity in children with high memory inhibition are more than in children with low memory inhibition.



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