A look at how Bernstein’s famous phrase “repetition without repetition” revolutionized how we think about motor learning. And an introduction to a few extensions of Bernstein’s ideas including coordinative structures and the uncontrolled manifold hypothesis.
Dexterity and Its Development
The Bernstein perspective: II. The concept of muscle linkage or coordinative structure
The bliss (not the problem) of motor abundance (not redundancy)
Stages in Learning Motor Synergies: A View Based on the Equilibrium-Point Hypothesis
The Flamin’ Groovies – Shake Some Action
Mark Lanegan – Saint Louis Elegy
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