A New Qualitative Typology to Classify Treading Water Movement Patterns.

@article{Schnitzler2015ANQ,
  title={A New Qualitative Typology to Classify Treading Water Movement Patterns.},
  author={Christophe Schnitzler and Chris Button and James L. Croft and Ludovic Seifert},
  journal={Journal of sports science & medicine},
  year={2015},
  volume={14 3},
  pages={530-5}
}
This study proposes a new qualitative typology that can be used to classify learners treading water into different skill-based categories. To establish the typology, 38 participants were videotaped while treading water and their movement patterns were qualitatively analyzed by two experienced biomechanists. 13 sport science students were then asked to classify eight of the original participants after watching a brief tutorial video about how to use the typology. To examine intra-rater… CONTINUE READING

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