Good quotation Patrick. The FMS is very good but know its limitation.
The point is not if the FMS is perfekt or not. Its just a screen.
I will refrais my point:
In the broadcast from reality based fitness, podkast 7, Brett makes an important point, we can correct all we want in slow motion, but we have no gaurantie that their is enough transfer of training. The point is to have the right things firing. Neuro muscular fasciliation
A simple kritik of this:
A female client scores 14 in the FMS. Clean scores of 2 all the way through, nothing to be alarmed about. I do an extra screen, running analyse and a drop jump with following results:
Gait pattern = short strides but nothing to worry about
Drop jump = valgus. Q angler over 16 grades bilateralie + Overpronation
If she scored 3 on the hs and incline lunge will their be a difference in the drop jump. What is the limiting faktorer for her durability, neuro muscular fasciliation or something else? Soft tissue?
She is safe for jogging, but what about volleyball?