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“…International level rifle shooters had superior bipedal static balance to national level shooters who in turn were superior to novice shooters. [30][31][32] National level soccer players had superior unipedal and bipedal static and unipedal dynamic balance compared to regional level players. [5,19] Elite golfers were found to have better unipedal static balance than less proficient golfers [34] ; unipedal stability isn't automatically associated with golf but it was suggested that it may assist weight shift during the swing, golfers may also be required to perform the golf swing with an uneven lie of the ball, uphill or downhill lie or a lie that requires one foot in a sand trap and the other on the grass.…”
Section: Comparison Of Balance Ability Of Athletes At Different Levelmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…International level rifle shooters had superior bipedal static balance to national level shooters who in turn were superior to novice shooters. [30][31][32] National level soccer players had superior unipedal and bipedal static and unipedal dynamic balance compared to regional level players. [5,19] Elite golfers were found to have better unipedal static balance than less proficient golfers [34] ; unipedal stability isn't automatically associated with golf but it was suggested that it may assist weight shift during the swing, golfers may also be required to perform the golf swing with an uneven lie of the ball, uphill or downhill lie or a lie that requires one foot in a sand trap and the other on the grass.…”
Section: Comparison Of Balance Ability Of Athletes At Different Levelmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Poor performance in rifle shooting has been shown to be a function of an inability to achieve, and maintain, a state of alert immobility and attentional preparedness (Era, Konttinen, Mehto, Saarela, & Lyytinen, 1996). With decreasing visual feedback, shooters standing perpendicular to the target have a tendency to sway fore and aft with the additional weight of the gun.…”
Section: Electroencephalography and Observationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Concave-soled boots are also worn to improve balance and provide ankle support. The equipment is proposed to provide a 30 -70% benefit to postural stability (Era et al, 1996). However, Era and colleagues have also demonstrated that, irrespective of shooting clothing, competitive shooters are better able to stabilize their postural control than naïve shooters.…”
Section: Electroencephalography and Observationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Nevertheless, Paillard et al 22 showed that more experienced judo fighters are more dependent to eyesight than less experienced ones. Noé and Paillard 23 did not observe a correlation between eyesight and the level of the athletes in skiers. All these variations found between the different modalities and tested conditions corroborate the statement by Duarte 10 and Prado et al 12 , 2007, that posture balance control is highly affected by the nature of the task, by the environmental conditions and by the sensory information available in relation to these two previous factors and the personal conditions.…”
Section: Instrumentsmentioning
confidence: 77%
“…Since all the surfers were amateur, and there was no difference in their performance level, it was not possible to observe a correlation between the ability of posture control and the performance level in surfing among these individuals, a correlation already described in other modalities such as ski 23 , shooting 24 , soccer 25 and judo 17,22 . These results suggest that surfing possibly offers previous experience input to the athlete, which enables better performance in the tasks which involve balance, such as in tai chi chuan already described by many authors [26][27][28][29][30][31][32] .…”
Section: Instrumentsmentioning
confidence: 90%