neuroreha 2019; 11(03): 118-122
DOI: 10.1055/a-0980-2202
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Mentales Training und Bewegungsbeobachtung

A. Marie Ladda
Martin Lotze
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Publication Date:
06 September 2019 (online)

Mentale Trainingsstrategien können Sportlern helfen, einen Trainingsausfall bei Verletzungen aufzufangen. Sie können aber auch eingesetzt werden, um Bewegungen nur in der Vorstellung auszuführen, um so die Leistungen zu verbessern. Anwendungsmöglichkeiten und den aktuellen Stand der Wissenschaft beleuchtet der folgende Artikel.

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