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This article deals with the problem of increasing the efficiency in motor learning with the help of video analysis. The text approaches the system providing a feedback in the process of downhill skiing skills acquisition. The platform influencing the movement notion introduces innovative means of the acquisition of essential downhill skiing skills in ski courses organised by the University of Hradec Kralove, the Department of Physical Education (PE) and Sport. This article is focused on the selected results of the survey realised by an enquiring method, which was aimed to find out opinions on a monitored platform among 131 students specialising in PE and sport in 2010–2015. The research results indicate that the use of video analysis in providing feedback has a positive effect on the process of downhill skiing skills acquisition. Positive opinions of the majority of respondents showed that the use of video analysis combined with verbal correction is an effective support within the downhill skiing practice. It is an efficient platform accelerating results in learning downhill skiing technique. However, conclusions also point to some negative aspects that can accompany the use of video analysis in the field of psychology of learning, e.g., feeling of demotivation after the video analysis.
Keywords: Downhill skiing, video analysis, motor learning.
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