Motor learning can be defined as “changes in the internal process that determine an individual’s ability to perform particular motor task. The two aims of this research were: 1) analyze the differences in student’s physical activity related subjective feeling before and after two different ski training/teaching contents, and, 2) determine the between-group differences. A total of 51 kinesiology students participated in this study. Subjective Exercise Experience Scale (SEES) questionnaire was used to determine physical activity related psychological effects. Between groups differences were present in the subjective feeling of fatigue at the end of the practical skiing lessons implying higher fatigue levels occur in beginners than advanced trainees. It can be concluded that, as a consequence of different teaching contents and workload intensities, the psychological adaptation to the learning process varies.
Keywords: skiing, learning, motor abilities, holistic