Motor performance during adolescence and age thirty as related to age at peak height velocity.

@article{Lefevre1990MotorPD,
  title={Motor performance during adolescence and age thirty as related to age at peak height velocity.},
  author={Johan A Lefevre and Gaston P. Beunen and G Steens and Albrecht L M Claessens and Roland Renson},
  journal={Annals of human biology},
  year={1990},
  volume={17 5},
  pages={423-35}
}
Relationships between motor performance, as measured by various fitness tests, and age at peak height velocity have been studied in a sample of 173 Flemish boys, measured yearly between +/- 13 and +/- 18 years and again as adults at 30 years of age. In addition to correlation studies, comparisons were made between boys with an early, average and late age at peak height velocity. To summarize the successive measurements during adolescence, a longitudinal principal component analysis was carried… CONTINUE READING

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