The effect of Cognition- Based Technique Training on stroke Lenght in Age-Gruop Swimmers

Schmidt AC, Ungerechts B, Buss W, Schack T (2010)
In: Biomechanic and Medicine in Swimming. Kyendlie PL (Ed); 283-286.

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Schmidt AC, Ungerechts B, Buss W, Schack T. The effect of Cognition- Based Technique Training on stroke Lenght in Age-Gruop Swimmers. In: Kyendlie PL, ed. Biomechanic and Medicine in Swimming. 2010: 283-286.
Schmidt, A. C., Ungerechts, B., Buss, W., & Schack, T. (2010). The effect of Cognition- Based Technique Training on stroke Lenght in Age-Gruop Swimmers. In P. L. Kyendlie (Ed.), Biomechanic and Medicine in Swimming (pp. 283-286).
Schmidt, A. C., Ungerechts, B., Buss, W., and Schack, T. (2010). “The effect of Cognition- Based Technique Training on stroke Lenght in Age-Gruop Swimmers” in Biomechanic and Medicine in Swimming, ed. P. L. Kyendlie 283-286.
Schmidt, A.C., et al., 2010. The effect of Cognition- Based Technique Training on stroke Lenght in Age-Gruop Swimmers. In P. L. Kyendlie, ed. Biomechanic and Medicine in Swimming. pp. 283-286.
A.C. Schmidt, et al., “The effect of Cognition- Based Technique Training on stroke Lenght in Age-Gruop Swimmers”, Biomechanic and Medicine in Swimming, P.L. Kyendlie, ed., 2010, pp.283-286.
Schmidt, A.C., Ungerechts, B., Buss, W., Schack, T.: The effect of Cognition- Based Technique Training on stroke Lenght in Age-Gruop Swimmers. In: Kyendlie, P.L. (ed.) Biomechanic and Medicine in Swimming. p. 283-286. (2010).
Schmidt, A.C., Ungerechts, Bodo, Buss, W., and Schack, Thomas. “The effect of Cognition- Based Technique Training on stroke Lenght in Age-Gruop Swimmers”. Biomechanic and Medicine in Swimming. Ed. P.L. Kyendlie. 2010. 283-286.
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