Intrinsic feedback is particularly useful for aiding performance in the physical factor, particularly when it comes to skilled performance.
A performer can gain instant feedback on how a movement felt. This is often referred to as kinaesthetic feedback.
For example, many football players will say
I knew the shot was in as soon as I hit it, it just felt right. More importantly however, some performers receive in-depth kinaesthetic feedback that tells them why something did not go well.
In golf, kinaesthetic feedback is prevalent when driving. An example of this is that a performer may feel off-balance during their swing. Knowing this specific information is good as it can be specifically addressed by opening their stance.