Authors: Dan Alexandru Szabo
Department ME1 – Faculty of Medicine in English, George Emil Palade University of Medicine, Pharmacy, Science, and Technology of Targu Mures, Romania
Proper motor skill aptitude execution in childhood is critical since it empowers the advancement of other formative spaces. Besides, motor execution may too be necessary for successful life skills, such as having a physically dynamic way of life and scholastic accomplishment. Be that as it may, despite its significance, children’s levels of motor skills execution have diminished essentially over the past decades.
In the present review, the first aim was to highlight the importance of motor behavior throughout childhood and beyond. Secondly, to emphasize the effect of balance-specific training in everything related to acquiring motor skills in close connection with general motor behavior. Finally, the desire to highlight the process of acquiring physical activity / sports-related motor skills among children and its importance throughout the ontogenetic period.
Key words: motor behavior, balance training, motor skills