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general motor ability


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The concept that an athlete's ability to perform different motor skills is determined by one general ability Thus, a person with high general motor ability would tend to learn motor skills more quickly than a person with low general motor ability. This concept is disputed by those who believe that an athlete has a large number of specific independent motor abilities.

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