Difficulty - Stability - Master (2015)

Difficulty - Stability - Master (2015)

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Thomas Gossmann

March 23, 2015
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    Difficulty – Quality – Mastery
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    Overview Difficulty Quality Execution specific difficulty Base Difficulty + Consistency Stability Mastery
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    Difficulty • Definition: How difficult it is to control a skill. • Simply said: How a skill works • Is split into two parts: Base difficulty Execution specific difficulty
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    Difficulty Base Difficulty • Base difficulty targets the base execution of a skill • Base execution: Execution of a skill with only the unique characteristics taken into account Example 1ft: Rider sitting on a unicycle, one foot on the pedal, the other foot on the frame
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    Difficulty Base Difficulty – Judging Criteria • Base difficulty targets the base execution of a skill • Judging Criteria: Range of precision: How much precision is needed to execute a skill Riding direction: Riding backwards has an impact on the riders visual system Rotations: Rotations are untypical in our normal life and need to be coped with balancing strategies (Gossmann, 2012).
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    Difficulty Execution specific difficulty • How a skill is executed with varying conditions • Varying execution conditions: Timing a movement Coupling the main action with other movements Speed ...
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    Difficulty Execution specific difficulty – Judging Criteria • How a skill is executed with varying conditions • Varying execution conditions: Timing ability Coupling ability Differentiating strength ability (Hirtz, 2002, S. 21f; Blume, Schnabel & Zimmermann, 2002, S. 31; Wollny, 2007, S. 46).
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    Quality • Definition: Measures the aesthetics of a skill execution • Simply said: How a skill looks • Skill specific traits that adhere common characteristics
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    Difficulty General Characteristics – Judging Criteria • General characteristics as orientation if applicable: Body posture and tension Angle of legs Airtime Fluid movement Leg extended ... + Skill specific traits
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    Mastery • Definition: The demonstrated safety during skill execution • Consistency • Stability
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    Mastery Consistency • Consistency Targets the successful base execution of a skill • Can be understand as: Successful vs. unsuccessful skills ratio • Judging criteria: Deductions for every unsuccessful execution
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    Mastery Stability • Consistency Targets the quality of a skill • Can be understand as: Delivered vs undelivered skills ratio • Judging criteria: Deductions for every undelivered skill
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    References • Blume, D.-D., Schnabel, G. & Zimmermann, K. (2002). Koordinative Fähigkeiten. In B. Ludwig & G. Ludwig, Koordinative Fähigkeiten - koordinative Kompetenz (S. 25-33). Kassel: Universität Kassel. • Gossmann, T. (2012). Strukturen in Unicycling Skills. Zugriff am 23. März 2015 auf http:// gos.si/publikationen/Strukturen_in_Unicycling_Skills-Gossmann.pdf • Hirtz, P. (2002). Von der Gewandtheit zu den koordinativen Fähigkeiten. In B. Ludwig & G. Ludwig, Koordinative Fähigkeiten - koordinative Kompetenz (S. 20-24). Kassel: Universität Kassel. • Wollny, R. (2007). Bewegungswissenschaft Ein Lehrbuch in 12 Lektionen. Aachen: Meyer & Meyer Verlag.