Correlates of Gross Motor Competence in Children and Adolescents: a Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
Barnett, LM; Lai, SK; Veldman, SL; Hardy, LL; Cliff, DP; Morgan, PJ; Zask, A; Lubans, DR; Shultz, SP; Ridgers, ND; Rush, E; Brown, HL; Okely, AD
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Gross motor competence confers health benefits, but levels in children and adolescents are low. While interventions can improve gross motor competence, it remains unclear which correlates should be targeted to ensure interventions are most effective, and for whom targeted and tailored interventions should be developed.