Effect of morning walking on fine motor coordination and perceived difficulty among 12-13 young boys


The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of morning walking to school on fine motor coordination (performing a throwing task) and on perceived difficulty (PD) among 12-13 young boys.

However, walking session affects the typical diurnal variations in fine motor coordination and active walk to school with low intensity was sufficient to produce positives changes in psychomotor performance and diminution in perceived difficulty (PD).

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