During motor activities, an individual uses, at various times, most of the sensory information available. The contributions of various forms of sensory information in leading to the successful completion of an activity will vary depending on the activity, but afferent inputs from the eyes, inner ear, muscle spindles, joints, and skin are very important.
Different individuals may, in fact, perform identical motor tasks while relying on different sensory inputs to various degrees. Depending on the activity ans sense involved, some individuals can adapt and successfully complete motor tasks even though deprived of a usually important form of sensory input.
For some too much information confuses individuals, distracting them from relevant inputs!