Desenvolvimento esportivo de alto rendimento e o modelo “constraints-led approach” de aprendizagem motora

uma revisão exemplificada pelo estudo de caso do futebol brasileiro

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https://doi.org/10.20396/conex.v17i0.8649755

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Esporte, Alto rendimento, Constraints-led approach, Percepção motora

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Objetivo: Este artigo de revisão delineia conceitos teóricos importantes para estudos de aquisição motora esportiva de alto nível. Em particular, os princípios da psicologia ecológica e da teoria dos sistemas dinâmicos se uniram para formar a dinâmica ecológica, um modelo que fornece a plataforma perfeita para estudar o papel dos fatores socioculturais nos quais tem uma função importante no deselvolvimento de aprendizagem motora esportiva.  Metodologia: Os dados de informações coletadas para este artigo foi extraído principalmente de artigos científico revisados e livros acadêmicos. Este artigo de revisão utilizou o futebol brasileiro como estudo de caso. Resultados e discussão: O desenvolvimento esportivo de alto nível ocorre ao longo de muitos anos e inclui inúmeras vias formais e informais que os atletas usam para se destacarem. Por isso, a abordagem do modelo “constrainsts-led approach” foi promovida como uma estrutura para entender como as pessoas adquirem padrões de percepção motora para atividades esportivas e físicas, inclusive as de alto nível. Conclusão: Essa abordagem sugere que o papel do treinador ou professor é manipular fatores fundamentais no aluno/atleta, a fim de facilitar a descoberta do comportamento do movimento funcional

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Biografia do Autor

Luiz Uehara, Universidade de Otago

Escola de Educação Física, Ciências do Esporte e do Exercício - Universidade de Otago, Dunedin, Nova Zelândia.

Chris Button, Universidade de Otago

Escola de Educação Física, Ciências do Esporte e do Exercício - Universidade de Otago, Dunedin, Nova Zelândia.

Keith Davids, Sheffield Hallam University

Centro de Pesquisa em Engenharia Esportiva - Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, Reino Unido.

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UEHARA, L.; BUTTON, C.; DAVIDS, K. Desenvolvimento esportivo de alto rendimento e o modelo “constraints-led approach” de aprendizagem motora: uma revisão exemplificada pelo estudo de caso do futebol brasileiro . Conexões, Campinas, SP, v. 17, p. e019001, 2019. DOI: 10.20396/conex.v17i0.8649755. Disponível em: https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/conexoes/article/view/8649755. Acesso em: 6 dez. 2021.

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