Movement Testing: The Dynamic Lunge

So you have assessed the Static Lunge, and it’s time to layer on a progression to take your movement testing for the lower and central body to the next level. The Static Lunge shows us that someone has the basic control capabilities in place, and the Dynamic Lunge then shows us whether they can switch this on in time to actually use it. It is therefore a test of feedforward response and timing from the neuromuscular system, as well as the dynamic relationship between trunk and lower body. This video aims to clarify and expand upon this test for better movement assessment technique.



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