Next, fundamental movement skills (FMS) are basic movement patterns involving various body parts which affords the foundation for physical literacy. FMS provides the foundational movements, or precursor patterns, to the more specialised and complex skills used in play, games and specific sports. It describes the ability to instruct the human body to execute an action accurately and with confidence. It also identifies the physical, social, cognitive and emotional attributes required to do so effectively, as expressed by Broomfield’s study on human kinetics in the Complete Guide to Primary Gymnastics (2011). Every single day I have been hustling my whole life, you know what I mean when I say that?