- Perform before and after you warm up
- This assessment, like other things, is better with a partner
Range of Motion Standards
- Quad to ribcage
- No pain or pinching
- Back doesn’t smash your partner’s hand
- Leg does not drag
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: Why test before and after warming up?
Answer: If range of motion improves as you warm up there is a good chance we can permanently improve your range of motion with a Bulletproof program or 1 on 1 Coaching.
If range of motion stays the same or gets worse when you warm up you need to speak with an Active Life Coach.
Question: I feel pain during the assessment. Should I knock out some heavy back squats and maybe 10 or 20 max effort sprints?
Answer: Please no. Contact us with the red support button or click here to connect with one of our coaches.
Question: My hips hurt but I passed this test. What should I do?
Answer: Great question. It’s possible you have a strength balance issue but we need more info to be sure. Contact us with the red support button or click here to connect with one of our coaches.
Question: My hip range of motion is excellent but my squat depth is horrible. Please help. What do I do?
Answer: Don’t fret. Let’s check ankle range of motion.
OH NO! I already checked my ankles and they are fine. Should I look for a long term care facility in my area?
Probably not. Please contact an Active Life Coach. We’ll get you taken care of.