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Content available remote Stimulation Demand in Skiers Versus Skiing Training Results
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Purpose. The following paper aims to examine the influence of sensation seeking on training results of skiers with different needs for stimulation, and to verify the hypothesis that people with higher needs of stimulation can achieve better results in skiing technique tests. Basic procedures. In order to verify the research hypothesis, a number of tests were carried out, including Zuckerman's Sensation Seeking Scale. Forty-one participants in skiing courses were examined. The results achieved by the subjects in skiing technique trials and in sports tests during the course were taken as the dependent variable. In addition, correlations were established between the sensation seeking scale results and the skiing theory test results. Main findings. The results showed a gender-related diversification of the main factors of stimulation demand, such as thrill and adventure seeking, as well as differences in the general level of stimulation demand. A correlation was established between stimulation demand and skiing technique test results only among women (0.74**, 0.59**). Conclusions. The skiers examined - regardless of their sex - reveal a high level of stimulation needs in thrill and adventure seeking. It can also be stated that the correlation between stimulation demand and success in skiing training is statistically significant in the sample under examination (0.65*).
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Background. It has not been examined whether the information transmitted to the student on the tracks affects the establishment and the evolution of skiing technique imagination, and thus on the effectiveness of the teaching and learning of skiing. Material and methods. The aim of the study was to explain the relationship between the effectiveness of the methods of analysing snow ski tracks and evolution of motor imagination of the downhill skier. The main testing method was a pedagogic experiment. Results. The average values of consecutive measurements of snow ski track indicators have an increasing tendency, compatible with the learning curve. Indicators of subsequent ski track trials showed average values higher than the previous ones. Conclusions. It can be concluded that the sample group in the experiment have learned the skills of analysing snow ski tracks. It was also found that the ability to analyse snow ski tracks highly affects the development of motor imagination of the technique of downhill skiing.
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