Implementation of an automated system for learning and training in tennis in contextual interference conditions
Ruperto Menayo Antúnez
Francisco Javier Moreno Hernández
Raúl Reina Vaíllo
Juan Pedro Fuentes
*Corresponding author: Ruperto Menayo Antúnez email@example.com
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Menayo Antúne, R., Moreno Hernández, F. J., Reina Vaíllo, R., & Fuentes García, J. P. (2009). Implementation of an automated system for learning and training in tennis in contextual interference conditions. Apunts. Educación Física y Deportes, 96, 27-33.
The effects of the application of an automated system for the learning in tennis with conditions of contextual interference have been studied. This system acquires data of the precision of the strokes by means of a video-based protocol. Once the images were recorded, the variable error of the bounces was digitalized to analyze the consistency of the strokes. The performance of 8 participants were analyzed after a 3 weeks period of learning, and 4 retention tests were carried out to check the maintenance of their learning. The results showed an improvement of the four practiced strokes, besides a non noticeable loss of the performance after the periods without practice.
Published: April 01, 2009
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