The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of neurofeedback training and attentional focus on the accuracy and distance of frisbee throwing in beginner players.
For this purpose, 70 participant were selected as the sample. The method of this research was quasi-experimental study with 7 groups (neurofeedback, external focus+neurofeedback, internal focus+ neurofeedback, make neurofeedback, internal focus, external focus, control group) with pre-test and post-test. The pre-test included 10 launches. After the pre-test, the subjects trained 10 blocks of 10 attempts at the acquisition stage. 24 hours after completing acquisition stage, the retention and transfer tests were performed in 10 attempts. The neurofeedback protocol included a beta-1 increase, theta reduction in the CZ region (according to the 10-20 system), which was 10 sessions and each session was 15 to 20 minutes.
The results of this study showed that there is a significant difference between the research groups at all stages. In the distance dimension, at all stages, the internal focus group showed better performance, but in the dimension of accuracy, at all stages of the neurofeedback+ internal attention group was better than the other groups. Conclusion Overall, the results of this study showed that neurofeedback and interaction between neurofeedback + attentional focus had a significant effect on the learning of frisbee throwing.
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