position or arrangement of the body and its limbs
a feeling of equality of weight, attention, or attraction of the various elements within a production as a means of accomplishing unity
the ability to move a body part through a full range of motion
the property of being physically or mentally strong
the skillful and effective interaction of movements
pertaining to movement or the ability to move, Movement that travels from place to place, usually identified by weight transference. basic locomotor movements are walk, run, leap, hop, jump, skip, slide, gallop.
a nonlocomotor movement around a fixed body part, such as a foot