Recipes for Motor Learning – No substitutes!

If you truly “CARE” about motor learning, you will follow this recipe for your patients: Constraints, Affordances, Rewards, and Expectations! Constraints challenge the brain and body with overloading principles of distractions, weights, speed/timing, pressure, difficulty (more defenders/players on the field), etc. Affordances are the solutions created and potentially stored by the learner. Opportunities perceived, if […]

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