DOI: 10.17265/2159-5542/2016.09.006
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M. Emin Kafkas, Armağan Şahin Kafkas, Ivan Růžička

Abstract: The purpose of this research was to evaluate the forearm and reception-pass score changes after both visual and verbal pass equipment training in male volleyball players. The major hypothesis of this research was that visually enhanced feedback would be more effective than verbal feedback. Forty-eight volleyball male players at the age of 21.3±4.70, height 187.50±9.70, body weight 76.20±5.10 and sport experience 5.0 volunteered to take part in the investigation after having explained to them the purposes of …

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