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Title

THE EFFECT OF INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL IMAGERY ON WARM-UP DECREMENT IN OPEN AND CLOSED SKILLS

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 Start Page 117 | End Page 132

Abstract

 The WARM-UP DECREMENT is a temporary drop in performance that is followed by a short period of rest.60 subjects were randomly divided into six groups of imagery and skill types including: internal-closed, external closed, control-closed, internal-open, external-open and control-open. Each group performed their tasks for 15 minutes and their points for ten final trials were recorded. During the rest period, the subjects performed internal and EXTERNAL IMAGERY followed by five other trials. The results showed that there was a significant difference between the imagery and control groups in both open and CLOSED SKILLs. In the EXTERNAL IMAGERY between open and closed groups (at a five-minute rest), there was a significant difference in favor of the OPEN SKILL group. Based on the results, the imagery is an appropriate method for the improvement in WARM-UP DECREMENT and it is recommended to use EXTERNAL IMAGERY especially for open motor skills.

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