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The effect of EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) on athletic performance:
A randomized controlled blind trial

Dawson Church, PhD, Foundation for Epigenetic Medicine. 

Citation (APA Style): Church, D. (2009). The effect of EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) on athletic performance: A randomized controlled blind trial. Open Sports Sciences, 2, 94-99.

Abstract

The present study investigates the effect of a psychophysiological intervention, Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), on athletic performance. It evaluates whether a single EFT treatment can produce an improvement in high-performance men’s and women’s PAC-10 college basketball team members (n = 26). The treatment group received a 15 minute EFT session while a performance-matched attention control group received a placebo intervention of similar duration. Performance was measured on free throws and vertical jump height. The time frame of data collection and treatment simulated an actual basketball game. A statistically significant difference between the two groups was found for free throws (p<.03). On post-test, players who received the EFT intervention improved an average of 20.8%, while the attention control group decreased an average of 16.6%. There was no difference between treatment groups in jump height. When performance was analyzed separately by gender, trends toward significance were found for the women’s team on both performance measures with better results for the EFT intervention group. This indicates that EFT performed as an intervention during the course of an athletic event may improve free throw performance.

Keywords: basketball, performance, free throws, Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), anxiety, stress.

 
 

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0 #1 Gun-Marie Engstrom 2013-12-17 04:36
:D Hi, I have a question. Are there any research about EFT and Musical Performance?
I'm a practitioner in Stockholm Sweden, and I will start a small pilotgroup at my own Academy of Music (i'm a singing and speach teacher and performer with 30 years of experience in the field) and it would be good to be able to present research. I'm looking in to reserarch about atheltes and public speaking as the nearest areas. The difference with music is that emotional content is triggered from so many areas, not only kinesthetic and verbal, but also the "poetic" and musical form.
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