Common Misconceptions of the Functional Movement Screen

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I wrote a post for Medbridge on the Common misconceptions of the Functional Movement Screen. Here are the 3 misconceptions I covered:Trunk Stability Push Up

 

Misconception #1: The Functional Movement Screen isn’t really a screen because it’s not sensitive

Misconception #2: The Functional Movement Screen is designed to be diagnostic

Misconception #3: The Functional Movement Screen results relate to how the person will perform under load or in competition

 

To read the entire post CLICK HERE

Disclosure: I teach an online Return to Sport Testing course for MedBridge. To find out why I recommend MedBridge CLICK HERE

 

 

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