The central nervous system (CNS) controls movement by using signals which it receives from muscles. When we move, our brains constantly receive information about our body's current state and surroundings. Based on this information, commands are created, which travel to the muscles via the motor part of our nervous system. This sensory-motor feedback loop allows us to move our body and perform the desired/needed movement. We learn to perform moves with more complexity and efficiency (mainly through playing) by investing our time and attention. Gradually we develop motor intelligence, which is dependent on the surroundings we live in and the habits that we gain and develop through the demands of our environment.   A person living in an environment where disorder is high (wilderness), the possibility of multitasking is lower, and dependence on one's own body for survival is high will have significantly higher motor intelligence and flexibility. His joints are less worn and suffer from less chronic pain, unlike a person who lives in a tidy environment (city) and is torn between multiple tasks but doesn't have to fight for survival.

Za ogled celotne vsebine se prijavite spodaj

V kolikor že imate račun se lahko prijavite in si ogledate vsebino. V Kolikor pa svojega uporabniškega računa še nimate pa vas vabimo, da si ga ustvarite spodaj.