Can selected functional movement screen assessments be used to identify movement deficiencies that could affect multidirectional speed and jump performance?

@article{Lockie2015CanSF,
  title={Can selected functional movement screen assessments be used to identify movement deficiencies that could affect multidirectional speed and jump performance?},
  author={Robert George Lockie and Adrian B. Schultz and Corrin A. Jordan and Samuel J. Callaghan and Matthew D. Jeffriess and Tawni M. Luczo},
  journal={Journal of strength and conditioning research},
  year={2015},
  volume={29 1},
  pages={195-205}
}
The Functional Movement Screen (FMS) includes lower-body focused tests (deep squat [DS], hurdle step, in-line lunge) that could assist in identifying movement deficiencies affecting multidirectional sprinting and jumping, which are important qualities for team sports. However, the hypothesized relationship with athletic performance lacks supportive research. This study investigated relationships between the lower-body focused screens and overall FMS performance and multidirectional speed and… CONTINUE READING
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