This chapter explores the applied models, review research on motor imagery training for closed skills, and provide evidence-based practical recommendations on designing and delivering motor imagery training from skill acquisition and performance perspective. Motor imagery, then, is essentially a simulation state where a mental representation of movement is used as a form of practice to improve skill acquisition and performance of motor skills. The characteristics of the skill being practiced appear to influence the imagery perspective that is more effective for skill acquisition and performance. Motor imagery is effective in enhancing skill acquisition and performance of a broad range of motor skills encompassing open, reactive motor skills performed in complex movement environments, through to repetitive closed self-paced motor skills such as gymnastics, dart throwing, resistance training, diving, field events in athletics, and golf. Individual factors, such as skill level, imagery ability, and perspectives are potential moderators of imagery training effectiveness.