PORTABLE DEVICES FOR DELIVERING IMAGERY AND MODELLING AMONG NETBALL PLAYERS, A QUALITATIVE STUDY (50 - 64)

  • Thariq Khan Azizuddin Khan
  • Tony Morris
  • Daryl Marchant
Keywords: Portable devices, imagery, netball players

Abstract

Journal of Sports Science and Physical Education 3(1): 50–64, 2015 - The main objective of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of portable devices (Mp4) in delivering imagery based on video modelling (expert model) among 30 female netball players, examining their personal experience. In the pre-test-intervention-posttest study design, 15 participants were randomly assigned into each of the Mp4 (initial and repeated instructions). Participants practised the imagery for seven days and were interviewed at post-test. In interviews most of the participants in the Mp4 conditions reported that their confidence for shooting increased. They considered the Mp4 to be a useful device to practice imagery at any time and place, but imagery training routines varied among participants and were influenced by their personal life and free time activities. The results of this study signified that the Mp4 has the potential to be a reliable tool to deliver imagery training based on video modelling among netballers.

Keywords: Portable devices, imagery, netball players

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Published
2015-10-15
How to Cite
Azizuddin Khan, T. K., Morris, T., & Marchant, D. (2015). PORTABLE DEVICES FOR DELIVERING IMAGERY AND MODELLING AMONG NETBALL PLAYERS, A QUALITATIVE STUDY (50 - 64). Jurnal Sains Sukan & Pendidikan Jasmani, 4(1), 50-64. Retrieved from https://ejournal.upsi.edu.my/index.php/JSSPJ/article/view/608