This is a global self assessment that looks at the front of your hips, front of your torso, and entire spine. To pass the test: 1. Front of your hips clear your toes. 2. Shoulder blades clear your heals 3. Relatively uniform curve in back (no hinge points).
This is a global assessment that looks at your hip and spine mobility. Criteria to meet: A. Can you touch your toes with your knees straight? B. Somewhat uniform bend in spine (do you have any noticeable hinge points?)
This is a self-assessment of the squat. This will give you a global indication of hip, knee, and ankle mobility and stability.
This is a self-assessment in which you can use to help determine if you are lacking hip flexion range of motion.
This is a hip assessment that will help you determine if you have decreased length in your hamstrings aka tight hamstrings.
This is a self-assessment in which you can assess your hip internal and external rotation.