Home arrow Bowling and Sport Science arrow Neurology & Bowling:What Brain Research Tells Us About Skill Acquisition and Effective Practice
Promoting Versatility, Power, Accuracy, Repeatability & Knowledge for Bowlers of the World!

Newsflash

"I am impressed by his way of answering so many questions, not only providing answers but also offering a key, something to think about, to improve or to solve a problem….I can easily see the improvement of my students and their enthusiasm. Joe is passionate, professional and able to pass on his love of bowling, that is the most important thing. Thank you Joe!" - Maria Cristina Sgrosso, Director, Key Step Bowling School, Naples, Italy
 

PHYSICAL GAME PHYSICAL GAME DRILLS LANE PLAY BOWLING BALL SPORT SCIENCE in BOWLING MENTAL GAME BOWLING TALK COMMENTARY


Designed by:
Joomla Templates
a Joomla Hosting Company
Neurology & Bowling:What Brain Research Tells Us About Skill Acquisition and Effective Practice PDF Print E-mail
Written by Joe Slowinski   
Monday, 23 August 2010

Image In the September issue of Slowinski at-large, I explore recent findings on brain research and the implications of this research on skill acquistion and effective practice process.

Download the article (in PDF, 2.1 MB)

Image 

 

 

Last Updated ( Monday, 23 August 2010 )
 
< Prev   Next >

Advertisement

Copyright 2006 - 2007bowlingknowledge.info, Powered by Joomla, Web hosting by Siteground