DECODE YOUR REPORT

PROBLEM PATTERN + ROOT ISSUE 

Your focus area identifies your lowest movement pattern score, establishes if it was an issue with mobility or stability, and locates where the issue originates.

YOUR RECOMMENDED MOVEMENTS 

If available, your personalized movement session is designed to help you improve your focus area. Do your movements for 15 minutes, four times a week for the best results.

 FOCUS AREA

Your focus area represents the most immediate opportunity for improvement. While you may have problems in other areas, working on this area will have the most impact on your overall movement.

YOUR MOVEMENT QUOTIENT SCORE 

Your overall score gives you a high-level overview of your movement quality by averaging all of your movement component scores.

YOUR MOVEMENT COMPONENTS 

Your movement is broken down into three components: movement pattern, mobility, and stability. Each of those has multiple subcomponents, all of which have their own scores.

 YOUR UNIQUE MOVEMENT 

 SIGNATURE

This visual representation of your unique movement signature shows how you move. The more of your circle filled in, the better. You can see what each segment stands for in the circles below.

 RESULTS SCALE

Scores between 81 and 100 are above average, scores between 41 and 80 are average, and scores between 0 and 40 are below average.

NO DATA POINT AVAILABLE 

If you skipped any of the movements during your screen, some of these data points may not have been collected. You will still receive a score for each subcomponent since data points across multiple movements contribute to your scores.

SUBCOMPONENT SCORE 

This is your score for the subsection of the component on this page. Each subcomponent has hundreds of data points associated with it, across multiple movements you did during your screen.

 COMPONENT SCORE

This score indicates your overall score for either movement pattern, mobility, or stability. Scores between 81 and 100 are above average, scores between 41 and 80 are average, scored between 0 and 40 are below average. 

 DATA POINT

This is just one of the 171,190 data points the 3D motion-capture technology collected during your screen. The highlighted section on each scale represents the ideal range. Some data points have different left and right results for each side of your body.

GLOSSARY

A

ANTI-ROTATION – The stabilization of something to keep it from twisting

 ARM SWEEP – A movement where you extend your arms, one at a time, in a large circle around your body

ASYMMETRY – A difference between the left and right sides of your body

C

CERVICAL FLEXION – How much your neck bends forward

CERVICAL MOTOR CONTROL – The ability to stabilize the cervical spine during movement

 CERVICAL ROTATION – How much you are able to turn your head to the right and left

CERVICAL SPINE – The part of the spine in your neck, beginning at the skull and connecting to the thoracic spine

CLOSED CHAIN – Movements performed where the hand (for arm movement) or foot (for leg movement) is planted on the ground or an object and cannot move

COMPENSATION – The body's attempt to make up for a lack of mobility or stability in an area by redirecting the load to another area

 

 

 

D

 

DATA POINT – One of the 1,200 metrics the 3D motion capture technology collected during your screen

DISPLACEMENT – The distance the body moves in a plane of motion

DOUBLE FLEXION – The coordinated bending of your hips and spine while you do things like bend over or pick things up off the ground

E

 

ELBOW SWAY – How far your elbow moves to the side when your hand is overhead

EXTENSION – The straightening of a joint; the opposite of flexion

F

FLEXIBILITY – The ability of soft tissue to lengthen through a range of motion

FLEXION – The bending of a joint; the opposite of extension

 FORWARD FOLD WITH CERVICAL EXTENSION – A movement where you extend your neck first and then fold your entire upper body toward the ground by tucking your chin and flexing your spine and hips

FRONTAL PLANE – An anatomical plane that divides the body into front and back parts

FRONTAL STRIDE LENGTH – Indicates how far you are able to step to the side

G

GLENOHUMERAL JOINT – Shoulder joint

H

HIP EXTENSION – How much you are able to move your thigh behind your body

HIP FLEXION – How much you are able to move thigh in front of your body

HIP MOTOR CONTROL – The ability to stabilize the hips during movement

J

JOINT SWAY – How much the weight-bearing hip, knee, and ankle moved side to side and front to back when standing on one leg

K

KNEE FLEXION – How much your knees bend

KNEE RAISE – A movement where you raise your foot off the ground, bending at the knee and hip

L

 LATERAL LUNGE – A movement where you step directly out to the left or right into lunge position

LATERAL ROTATION – How much you are able to rotate a body part away from your midline. The opposite of medial rotation

LOWER BODY – The bottom section of your body, including hips, legs, and feet

LUMBAR FLEXION – How much your lower back bends forward

LUMBAR LATERAL FLEXION – How much your trunk bends to the side

LUMBAR SPINE – The lower back

M

MEDIAL ROTATION – How much you are able to rotate a body part toward your midline. The opposite of lateral rotation

 

MOBILITY – The ability of a joint to move actively through a range of motion

 

MOTOR CONTROL – Your ability to control your limbs and joints during motion

 

MOVEMENT COMPONENT – One of the three main pieces of movement quality: movement pattern, stability, or mobility

 

MOVEMENT PATTERN – The path taken by one or more joints to move the body from one position to another

 

MOVEMENT QUALITY – Your ability to move cleanly and without compensation

 

 

 

O

OPEN CHAIN – Exercises that are performed where the hand or foot is free to move

 

 

 

P

PELVIC OBLIQUITY – How level your hips are during movement

 

PELVIC ROTATION – How much your pelvis and low back twist during movement

 

 PLANK WITH ARM LIFT – A movement when you start in a plank position and then lift one arm straight in front of you

 

 

 

R

REACHING – Your ability to extend your arm away from you and/or overhead

 

 REVERSE LUNGE WITH ROTATION – A movement where you step backwards with one foot into a lunge, and then rotate your torso while in the lunge position

 

ROTATION – How much a body part twists

 

 

 

S

SAGITTAL PLANE – An anatomical plane that divides the body into right and left parts

 

SAGITTAL STRIDE LENGTH – Indicates how far you are able to step forward or backward

 

SCAPULOTHORACIC – The joint between your shoulder blade and ribcage

 

SEQUENCING – The order in which you move your joints during a movement

 

SHOULDER MOTOR CONTROL – How well you can control extraneous motion in your shoulder when performing a movement

 

SINGLE LEG – Movements completed standing on one leg

 

 SINGLE LEG STANCE – Measurement of your control of your torso, hip, knee, and ankle when you stand on one foot

 

 SQUAT – A movement where you flex your hips, ankles, and knees in a coordinated manner to lower and raise yourself

 

SQUAT PATTERN – How your ankle, knee, hip, and torso work together when you squat or lunge

 

STABILITY – The control of your joints during motion

 

STRIDE LENGTH – How far you step out when lunging

 

 

 

T

THORACIC SPINE – The portion of your spine in your mid-back between the cervical spine and lumbar spine

 

TIBIAL/ TORSO ANGLE – The angle of your tibia was to your torso at the bottom of your squat

 

TORSO – The middle section of your body, also called the trunk

 

TORSO ROTATION – How far you can twist your trunk from baseline

 

TRANSVERSE PLANE – An anatomical plane that divides the body into top and bottom parts

 

TRIPLE FLEXION – The simultaneous bending of your hips, knees, and ankles during movements like squatting and lunging

 

 

 

U

UPPER BODY – The top section of your body, including head, neck, shoulders, and arms

 

 

 

W

WEIGHT SHIFT – How much your weight shifts in total from side to side and front to back

 
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