The dribble with change of hand and direction is a crucial offensive basketball individual that is often used to overcome the opponent (take the lead) in 1v1 situations and actions of counter-attack. It is a fundamental that theoretically has the highest degree of efficiency, either because it is very effective or because it is difficult to hinder; so it is useful to know which training method (verbal and visual feedback or only verbal) allows the best possible learning and performance. The aim of the present study is to evaluate the difference in yields (in terms of improving) on the learning of dribble with changes of hand and of direction in basketball. The method is experimental and the study was conducted on a sample of 24 male athletes (12-14 years) divided into two experimental groups (A and B) of 12 young athletes each. Group A has performed training, in four weeks and for twice training at weekly, receiving verbal and visual feedback, while Group B has received only verbal feedback. They have been collected data of the times realized, individual and of group, utilizing the CODAT Test, at the beginning and at the end of the practice, to verify the improvement of motor learning in the two groups. The result for Group A (training with verbal and visual feedback) resulted in an increase the performance by 11,09%. The result for Group B (training only with verbal feedback) resulted in an increase the performance lower than Group A and was 5,65%. Group A had a steady increase in performance over the four weeks, while Group B have had a limited improvement in performance. The final percentage difference between the two groups has been 5.44%.

Change of hand and direction skill in basketball: pilot study on teaching methods by verbal/visual stimulus versus verbal one

Di Tore A;D’Isanto, T;Raiola, G
2018

Abstract

The dribble with change of hand and direction is a crucial offensive basketball individual that is often used to overcome the opponent (take the lead) in 1v1 situations and actions of counter-attack. It is a fundamental that theoretically has the highest degree of efficiency, either because it is very effective or because it is difficult to hinder; so it is useful to know which training method (verbal and visual feedback or only verbal) allows the best possible learning and performance. The aim of the present study is to evaluate the difference in yields (in terms of improving) on the learning of dribble with changes of hand and of direction in basketball. The method is experimental and the study was conducted on a sample of 24 male athletes (12-14 years) divided into two experimental groups (A and B) of 12 young athletes each. Group A has performed training, in four weeks and for twice training at weekly, receiving verbal and visual feedback, while Group B has received only verbal feedback. They have been collected data of the times realized, individual and of group, utilizing the CODAT Test, at the beginning and at the end of the practice, to verify the improvement of motor learning in the two groups. The result for Group A (training with verbal and visual feedback) resulted in an increase the performance by 11,09%. The result for Group B (training only with verbal feedback) resulted in an increase the performance lower than Group A and was 5,65%. Group A had a steady increase in performance over the four weeks, while Group B have had a limited improvement in performance. The final percentage difference between the two groups has been 5.44%.
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