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Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence


Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence is defined as having the following criteria:
  
highly developed coordination, balance, dexterity, strength, speed, and flexibility,
expertise in using the entire body to relate thoughts and feelings, 
an ability to manipulate objects skillfully, using both fine and gross motor movements.
Dancers, football players, and gymnasts are examples of bodily-kinesthetic intelligence.
Classmate and dancer Camille Dieterle, football player Joe Montana, and Olympic gymnast Kerrie Strug are examples of people with this intelligence.
 
 

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