The Vision of Hermeneutic Interpretation upon the Skiers' Gestures
Keywords:grammar, skier gestures, achievement, hermeneutical interpretation, multidisciplinary approach.
AbstractThe meaning of the mental visualization of the skier’s gestures contributes to a more accurate focusing on the representation of the route. Thus, there is an interpretation derived from the skier's performance gestures, analysed quite deeply through hermeneutical interpretation. Starting from the simple basic gestures, as component parts of the movement as a whole, we will analyse and interpret, in terms of hermeneutics, their knowledge of these interpretations and implications in achieving sporting performance. The impact and implication in terms of multidisciplinary shape generates also finalities with major role in differentiating gestures that athlete playing under stress, maximum concentration and accumulation fatigue. In this work in extenso, we intend to argue these allegations and to interpret by hermeneutics nuances the skier performance gestures.
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