Common Errors

Valgus kneesDetails
Foot/ankle collapseDetails
Rounded lower backDetails
Rounded shouldersDetails
Torso collapses forwardDetails
Forward Head PostureDetails
Inappropriate momentumDetails
Bouncing WeightsDetails
Not engaging coreDetails
Using Excessive MomentumDetails
Sagging lower back

Too much lumbar lordosis. Not keeping core engaged and spine neutral.

Arching the upper back

When clients have poor shoulder mobility they will often arch their mid-upper back to try and compensate when lifting overhead.

Trendelenburg Hip Drop

While standing on one leg the client does not maintain a neutral horizontal pelvic position and the elevated hip drops. This contributes to a dysfunctional lower kinetic chain.