Here is my Gray Cook Functional Movement Screening
Heres the scoop, we did 7 tests.
Overhead Squat, tests total body mobility, bilateral symmetry.
You scored 2 out of 3, meaning you had an average squat. It could be cleaner and deeper but there was no pain during the movement and you hit parallel maintaining the bar overhead which is good.
Hurdle Step, tests bilateral hip stability
2s on both sides in terms of stability, although there was a right hip mobility problem during the left legs testnormal. You did it without falling, tripping, or cheating.good!
Inline Lunge, hip mobility on the front leg, stability for the knees, ankles and the rear hip.
Again you got deucesneither side was perfect, but they seemed rather symmetrical in this particular movement, and you got no painalways a plus.
Straight leg Raise, hip mobility/stability (moving leg/stationary leg respectively)
2 on the right, 3 on the left. Asymmetry is the enemy! Left leg had full mobility in terms of this test, right didnt. Also during the right the left foot started dancing!... a compensation in effect. The torqued pelvis is to blame. Well clean this up.
Thoracic Mobility, bilateral symmetry of the shoulders
2s on both, no bad! Average .probably slightly above average for a bigger chested guy.
Pushup Test, core stability
2.better than I expected BUT you have quite the neurological systemwe need to examine things closerI think you have just learned how to stabilize your core without the proper use of the abdominals.
1 RIGHT, 3 LEFT, Bad news. Asymmetrical core stabilization over activate hamstrings and lumbar spines.again, youre a strong dude with a great CNS, showed great core stabilization overall and drastically different cores when we split you left and right.
Overall not bad my friend! Looking forward to getting you really rolling on this stuff. How are you feeling? Are the stretches going ok? Questions? Comments?