The Functional Movement Screen (FMS) is a pre-participation screening tool designed to identify compensatory movement patterns that are indicative of increased injury risk and inefficient movement that causes reduced performance.
The FMS is an assessment tool developed and utilized by physical therapists, athletic trainers, and chiropractors. It is used in ALL MAJOR SPORTS, including evaluation off all athletes as enter the HFL combine.
FMS Screen Test. The Functional Movement Screen assesses seven basic movement patterns to identify tightness and weakness in the body – so you can correct them before they cause major problems. ... During his first session, trainers screened him using a seven-part test called the Functional Movement Screen (FMS).
The FMS services as a baseline to assess injury risk, asymmetries, and motor control/balance deficiencies. At all conclusion of the screen you will be given specific corrective exercises to work on improving your score and reduce your risk of injury!
Do you know how well or how poorly your body moves? With WSF trainers you are not just blindly thrown in to an aggressive weight training program hoping to get the results you want. Here we rate and grade your movement ability before starting any training program with all our athletes. Here we train using movements and systems and we train with a purpose.
The Functional Movement Screen helps us to measure and track your preparedness for training. With this screen we are able to find hidden weaknesses and energy leaks in the body that leave you open to injury and can rob you of your results. The FMS helps us to correct movement imbalances, building resistance to injury and making your body more resilient and durable. This helps you to stay in the game, training harder and smarter to unleash your inner athlete.
You have to be mentally and physically prepared to push yourself to the edge. We’ll help you find out if you are physically prepared and build a functional movement base that you can confidently train on to reach your goals.