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Strength Report: Correcting Movement Dysfunction - Part II: Interpretationby: Bryan Dermody
Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach, New York Jets
© January 2011
In the first installment of this series, we learned that movement dysfunction is a leading predictor of injury in athletes. We also learned what movement dysfunction is and what we are looking for in evaluating athletes in accordance with the stacked joint approach of the human body. Finally, we set up a simple evaluation to determine and quantify movement dysfunctions. In Part II of the series, we will learn how to interpret the evaluation scores, discuss implications of the scores, and determine how to assign athletes to corrective exercise groups.
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