82 – Movement Instruction, Knowledge and Description

What are the key differences between describing an athlete’s movements, an athlete’s knowledge about those movements, and the instructions used by a coach to facilitate those movements? How can these different perspectives inform and sometimes hurt each other?
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What does the questioning of expert coaches reveal about the biomechanical knowledge of forward ice hockey skating?
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Bodily knowledge beyond motor skills and physical fitness: a phenomenological description of knowledge formation in physical training
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