fundamental movement pattern

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A movement which forms part of a more complex skill. In some theories of motor control, fundamental movement patterns are represented in motor programmes as subroutines. There are three main types: locomotor (e.g. walking and skipping), non-locomotor (e.g. balancing and stretching), and manipulation (e.g. kicking and throwing).

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