Routine Integration Strategies and their Effects on Volleyball Serve Performance and Players' Movement Mental Representation

Velentzas K, Heinen T, Schack T (2011)
Journal of Applied Sport Psychology 23(2): 209-222.

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The aim of the study was to investigate the influence of two different routine integration strategies on volleyball float-serve performance, and on the structure of players' mental representations. Thirty female players participated in our study. One group trained routines using imagery, another group trained using the method of routines introduction, and the third group acted as control group. Players' imagery ability, hand and ball velocity, serve accuracy, and players' movement mental representation were assessed. The imagery group served significantly more accurate with significantly increased ball velocity, and players' movement mental representation covered more clearly these of the experts.
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Velentzas K, Heinen T, Schack T. Routine Integration Strategies and their Effects on Volleyball Serve Performance and Players' Movement Mental Representation. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology. 2011;23(2):209-222.
Velentzas, K., Heinen, T., & Schack, T. (2011). Routine Integration Strategies and their Effects on Volleyball Serve Performance and Players' Movement Mental Representation. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 23(2), 209-222.
Velentzas, K., Heinen, T., and Schack, T. (2011). Routine Integration Strategies and their Effects on Volleyball Serve Performance and Players' Movement Mental Representation. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology 23, 209-222.
Velentzas, K., Heinen, T., & Schack, T., 2011. Routine Integration Strategies and their Effects on Volleyball Serve Performance and Players' Movement Mental Representation. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 23(2), p 209-222.
K. Velentzas, T. Heinen, and T. Schack, “Routine Integration Strategies and their Effects on Volleyball Serve Performance and Players' Movement Mental Representation”, Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, vol. 23, 2011, pp. 209-222.
Velentzas, K., Heinen, T., Schack, T.: Routine Integration Strategies and their Effects on Volleyball Serve Performance and Players' Movement Mental Representation. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology. 23, 209-222 (2011).
Velentzas, Kostas, Heinen, Thomas, and Schack, Thomas. “Routine Integration Strategies and their Effects on Volleyball Serve Performance and Players' Movement Mental Representation”. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology 23.2 (2011): 209-222.
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