Mastery of fundamental motor skills among New South Wales school students: prevalence and sociodemographic distribution.

@article{Booth1999MasteryOF,
  title={Mastery of fundamental motor skills among New South Wales school students: prevalence and sociodemographic distribution.},
  author={Michael L Booth and T Okely and Lindsay D McLellan and Philayrath Phongsavan and Petra Macaskill and James Patterson and Jan Wright and Barry I Holland},
  journal={Journal of science and medicine in sport},
  year={1999},
  volume={2 2},
  pages={93-105}
}
Mastery of fundamental motor skills among children and adolescents is a potentially important contribution to satisfying participation in sports, games and other physical activities and may enhance the development of an active lifestyle. However, few attempts have been made to determine the prevalence of fundamental motor skill mastery among young Australians. The NSW Schools Fitness and Physical Activity Survey, 1997 (N = 5518) randomly selected schools proportionally from all three education… CONTINUE READING