During childhood we go through a phase of fast development where new movement skills are acquired with an impressive ease and playfulness. In the second half of our lifetime, we experience a partial reversal of this process. Some skills start getting more difficult to acquire or maintain and others become impossible at some stage. In between there is a long phase with an almost infinite choice of possibilities to develop our movement skills within the borders of our genetical potential.
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