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Tailored feedback requirements for optimal motor learning

a screening and validation of four consumer available running wearables

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Tailored feedback requirements for optimal motor learning

a screening and validation of four consumer available running wearables

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The pervasiveness of wearable technology has opened the market for products that
analyse running biomechanics and provide feedback to the user. To improve running technique
feedback should target specific running biomechanical key points and promote an external focus.
Aim for this study was to define and empirically test tailored feedback requirements for optimal
motor learning in four consumer available running wearables. First, based on desk research and
observations of coaches, a screening protocol was developed. Second, four wearables were tested
according to the protocol. Third, results were reviewed, and four experts identified future
requirements. Testing and reviewing the selected wearables with the protocol revealed that only
two less relevant running biomechanical key points were measured. Provided feedback promotes
an external focus of the user. Tailoring was absent in all wearables. These findings indicate that
consumer available running wearables have a potential for optimal motor learning but need
improvements as well.

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OrganisatieFontys Hogescholen
LectoraatLectoraat Move to be
Datum2018-02-22
TypeConferentiebijdrage
DOI10.3390/proceedings2060198
TaalEngels

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