Fundamental movement skills are the foundational movements or building blocks, to the more specialised and complex skills used in games and specific sports benefits include greater confidence, adaptability and resilience
Kicking and throwing
Balancing and Climbing
Running and Jumping
Floating and Early swimming strokes
Sport specific skills are voluntary, coordinated tasks with sport-specific goals.
Open skills are performed when the athlete has to react what happening in the environment. Players may respond to the movements of an opponent, the speed, and direction of an oncoming ball.
athletes doesn’t need to focus on outside forces. athlete can concentrate on executing the movement
Gross movements are those that involve large muscle groups . Running, jumping
involve precise control of small muscles. Tasks such as spin bowling or throwing a dart are sporting
Have an obvious beginning and end
Performed in a sequence
No definite beginning or end point