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Children Young people Improving Physical Ability

Fundamentals of Movement: Part 4

The fourth and final video in the Youth Physical Development Model series focuses on the importance of strength training at all stages of development

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Strength is a key component to building other physical qualities, fundamental movement skills and helps to prevent injury, regardless of gender. The video explains how strength training should be prioritised over endurance-based activities, particularly in the earlier stages of a person’s development.

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Bringing to life the evidence-based Youth Physical Development Model, and what it means for the development of fundamental movement skills

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  • Fundamentals of Movement: Part 1

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  • Fundamentals of Movement: Part 2

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  • Fundamentals of Movement: Part 3

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