How People Choose to Move, part 1


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remove options that they would otherwise choose. And best of all,

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doing so doesn't require instruction. As you saw in the last example,

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as I changed different task constraints,

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swimmers are gonna have to swim differently, and in that case,

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be more effective with applying propulsion with their upper body.

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Something to think about what happens when you give the exact same tasks to your

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entire team, you get different results. And what does that mean?

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It means that the individual acts as a constraint as well.

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And so what the individual brings to a given task is going to influence how they

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move. We'll talk about why that's important. Next time.

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