Corrective Action Shoulder Flexion

Corrective Action Shoulder Flexion

Shoulder Flexion Test – 2018

Assessment Standards

  • Perform before and after you warm up
  • This assessment, like other things, is better with a partner

Range of Motion Standards

  • Thumb(s) to floor
  • Both arms have similar range of motion
  • Back stays flat on floor
  • Pain free

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 or Corrective Action Program.

If range of motion stays the same or gets worse when you warm up you need to click here to connect with one of our coaches.

Question: I feel pain during the assessment. Should I knock out a few hundred butterfly pull-ups to loosen things up?
Answer: Please no. Click here to connect with one of our coaches.

Question: I failed this test. Should I do kipping pull ups?
Answer: probably not. Click here to contact an Active Life Coach for additional guidance.

Question: My shoulders 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. Click here to connect with one of our coaches.

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