continuous task

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A task or skill that appears to have no recognizable beginning or end. In theory, a continuous task, such as a gymnastics floor exercise, could be continued as long as the performer wished. The end of one cycle of the skill or task becomes the beginning of the next. See also discrete skill and serial task.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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