Desarrollo kinesiológico: la interpretación de un proceso para facilitar el movimiento corporal humano
Rojas Rojas, Marlen
This article makes a review about the process of functional movement production along first year of life, within the framework of kinesiology, where trunk is considered stabilizer and main axis in motor execution of extremities. The present review facilitates understanding of basic motor elements needed to develop a more complex and functional activity, which strengthen professional skills to observe, evaluate and focus its action in managing persons with motor functional disability. This information result from a literature review relates to normal movement development of human body segments and direct observance of the normal and abnormal process on several children for more than 12 years of professional experience. In general, this review stands out the relationship between activities of each corporal segment with others rather than showing isolated parts and, in the same way; it remarks production of simultaneous mechanics events which have different functional purposes.