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Postural Assessment

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Question 1 of 6

WALL TEST

Stand with your back against the wall (feet a foot length away). Can you get the back of your head, back of your shoulders, all of your rib cage and butt against the wall at the same time? Pay close attention - ALL of your rib cage MUST stay on the wall

A

YES

B

NO

Question 2 of 6

WALL ARM REACH

Stand with your back against the wall as per test 1. Ideally, head, shoulders, rib cage and butt are against the wall. If this is not possible with your body, then let your head come off the wall but, be sure to keep all of your rib cage on the wall for the entire test. Then, keeping your arms straight lift the arms up and take them back close to your ears towards the wall.

A couple of things to note - ribs must stay on the wall the whole time and the arms must not bend or drift out to the side (a mirror or friend can be helpful here :) Where do your arms reach. If they touch select touch. If not please select the distance of your forearm from the wall.

A

Touch

B

1in / 2.5cm

C

2in / 5cm

D

3in / 7.5cm

E

4in / 10cm

F

5in / 12.5cm

G

6in / 15cm

H

7in / 17.5cm

I

8in / 20cm

J

9in / 22.5cm

K

10in / 25cm

L

11in / 27.5cm

M

12in / 30cm

N

12in+ / 30cm+

Question 3 of 6

KNEELING HIP FLEXOR TEST

Kneel side on in front of a mirror so that your shoulder is directly above your knee. Now, if you were to drop a line from the middle of the shoulder to the middle of your knee, where is the middle of  your hip in relation to this line? 

 

A

The middle of my hip is behind the line

B

The line runs directly through the middle of my hip

C

My hip sits in front of the line

Question 4 of 6

SIT AND REACH TEST

Sit on the ground with your legs out straight in front, feet flexed. Now, keeping you legs straight, reach with straight arms towards or past your toes, as far as you can. Measure the distance and enter it below. NOTE if you can't reach your toes measure from your fingers to your toes and enter this amount as a negative number. If you can reach past your toes, then measure from your toes to your finger tips and enter as a positive number.Mark as cm or inches

A

12in / 30cm (negative)

B

11in / 27.5cm (negative)

C

10in / 25cm (negative)

D

9in / 22.5cm (negative)

E

8in / 20cm (negative)

F

7in / 17.5cm (negative)

G

6in / 15cm (negative)

H

5in / 12.5cm (negative)

I

4in / 10cm (negative)

J

3in / 7.5cm (negative)

K

2in / 5cm (negative)

L

1in / 2.5cm (negative)

M

0in / 0cm (neutral)

N

1in / 2.5cm (+positive)

O

2in / 5cm (+ positive)

P

3in / 7.5cm (+ positive)

Q

4in / 10cm (+ positive)

R

5in / 12.5cm (+ positive)

S

6in / 15cm (+ positive)

T

7in / 17.5cm (+ positive)

U

8in / 20cm (+ positive)

V

9in / 22.5cm (+ positive)

W

10in / 25cm (+ positive)

X

11in / 27.5cm (+ positive)

Y

12in / 30cm (+ positive)

Z

13in+ / 31cm+ (+ positive)

Question 5 of 6

Do you suffer from any of these common issues that affect your performance?  

 

(Select all that apply)
A

Lower back pain

B

Tight shoulders

C

Weak hamstrings

D

Tight hip flexors

E

Weak Core

F

Muscle fatigue

G

Lack of glute engagement

Question 6 of 6

Is there anything else that might be holding you back?

YES: Enter your thoughts and select "SUBMIT"

NO: If there is nothing else please enter "NO" and select "SUBMIT"

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