Sugawara, Kohta Tokushima University
後藤田, 中 Kagawa University
integrated motor skill
Rope skipping is a comparatively simple and easy exercise for people to perform solitarily anywhere. There are four stages for mastering double-under. The first two stages involve training the segmental motion, while the last two enhance the integration of the segmented motion mastered earlier. In the case of plyometrics like rope skipping, a learner may face tough challenges, requiring a fine adjustment of segmented motion at a faster pace and accurately in a short period of time. Therefore, this paper proposes a realignment of stage-organization with an additional step to address this challenge. We develop a supporting system so that learners can comprehend the essence and image of the target motion independently. The evaluation results indicate the effectiveness of our proposal.
The Journal of Information and Systems in Education
Japanese Society for Information and Systems in Education
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