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> Your quote:
> "But isn't that what you just said above? I will, as you said, 'practice/drill in such a way as to make the movement involuntary during competition.' This practice/drill would be repetitive, but yet, you disagree with this approach. Forgive my confusion, but it appears to me that your comments are contradictory.'
> I forgive you for your confusion.
> My comments are not contradictory.
> "practice/drill IN SUCH A WAY as to make the movement involuntary..."
> IN SUCH A WAY does not exclusively state practice/drill by repitition. Do you think that repetition of a single joint movement is the ONLY way to learn the correct movement of said joint in practice AND be able to optimally transfer that learned movement into a game? Please answer.
> And if your next question would be, "Please reveal to me the other ways", I would say that you first would be advised to understand "schema theory" and "contextual interference".
OK, I'm beginning to understand a bit better now. From what you wrote, contextual interference would seem to me like performing these motions voluntarily during games, rather than during practice or in a cage. Am I correct?
After looking up schema theory, I now know what it means (basically a human's method by which he acquires and interprets information), but I'm not exactly sure how it applies to this discussion.
Thanks for trying to help me understand this better.
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