Increased accuracy, decreased variability: effects of IM-training on golf shot outcome measures - Self-Study

Course Description:

This webinar will start off from a published scientific paper with focus on the effects of timing-training (via Interactive Metronome) on golf shot accuracy, and will highlight why golf is the ultimate sport in which to investigate the effects of such training. Furthermore, it will focus on the customized and standard IM-exercises utilized during the experiment and the reasoning behind the choice of exercises. Methods used in the present experiment and the methodological issues that emerged during and after the experiment was conducted will be discussed at length, including choice of tempo (bpm) for training exercises, number of repetitions, length of training sessions, type of sensory feedback (auditory and/or visual), the difference between timing- and rhythmicity-skills and their measurement, as well as suggestions for future research. Moreover, this webinar will highlight and exemplify the importance of capturing outcomes with “non-IM” pre- and post-test measures of motor control when working with the Interactive Metronome in any situation or context.

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  • Occupational Therapist
  • Occupational Therapy Assistant
  • Physical Therapist
  • Physical Therapy Asst
  • Athletic Trainer
  • Educator
  • Licensed Medical, Rehabilitation or Mental Health Professional
  • Music Therapist
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