The importance of a
The importance of the movement assessment is simply to maximise your potential. Our maximum potential is set based off our physical capabilities. We will teach your body to create power and efficiency through core & breathing control, functional movement assessment and lifting technique. This assessment give us all the information we need to develop a long term strategy for you giving you unlimited potential.
If you haven't already you need to fill in our intake form and we can start on your program as you complete your physical assessment. Click the link below to fill in the intake form. If you already have then please continue to scroll.
Please watch the video about... As we review your intake questionnaire you can go ahead and start our movement assessment. To prepare for our movement assessment you will need
- Mobile Phone
- A partner or a make-shift phone stand
- Video Clipping App
You will need to complete these 4 movement and submit to your coach.
The object of this for us is to assess your spine health.
In this assignment, you will need to perform to the 'Toe Touch and Back Bend Test'. Don't over think it, just do what is natural. To do this please complete as follows.
- 5 toe touches
- 10 back-bends
- Re-test 5 toe toches.
Points to remember
- Stand all the way up for each rep
- Remember that we retest the toe touch after the back bend
- It doesn't matter if you can reach your toes
- Keep your legs straight, knees locked out
- Bend at the lumbar
- Try to look to the roof
- Get further back each rep
- Should be done in bare feet
- Trim Video
We are going to start with the most important one. This is a basic human movement and tells us so much about how you move. Here is what you need to do.
- Take your shoes and socks off
- Get into a comfortable stance
- Hands out front
- and squat down as deep as you can go
- Do 5 reps from the side and front.
The objective of the lunge test is to see how the foot functions and tries to stabilise
- Start with your hands on your hips
- Lunge 10 metres away from the camera alternating your legs
- Then lunge 10 metres towards the camera
The objective is to test your shoulder mobility and scapular control. If you experience shoulder pain this will be an important test.
If you have poor mobility this will be difficult.
- Sit on the floor with your butt against the wall
- Elbows and wrist touching the wall in a L shape.
- Move arm up and down maintaining contact.
Points to remember
If you find you're are unable to touch the wall, that is fine. Video record that and send to us anyways. That is gold information
Once you have made the video you can submit below. You are only allowed 26MB at a time. If you are having issue sending a file please email firstname.lastname@example.org for an alternate method to send video.