Locomotor Movements?

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A locomotor movement involves an object moving from one place to another while a non-locomotor movement is a movement that is done from a fixed spot. Non-locomotor movements are those like twisting, bending, stretching or swaying while locomotor movements are those like walking, running, crawling and swimming. Locomotion means movement or travel.
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Locomotor movements are any movements that take place over some distance. These include walking, running, leaping, jumping, hopping, galloping, crawling, sliding ...
Examples of non-locomotor movement include dodging, falling, pulling, and turning. Additional examples include twisting, swaying, swinging, and twisting. Non-locomotor ...
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