The bodyweight squat: A movement screen for the squat pattern

  • Kritz M
  • Cronin J
  • Hume P
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Abstract

THE SQUAT PATTERN FOUND IN EXERCISES SUCH AS THE BACK SQUAT, FRONT SQUAT, AND DEAD LIFT ARE WIDELY CONSIDERED FOUNDATIONAL EXERCISES USED BY STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING PROFESSIONALS TO IMPROVE STRENGTH AND POWER. BEFORE LOADING AN ATHLETE WITH VARIOUS SQUAT PATTERN EXERCISES, SCREENING AN ATHLETE’S MOVEMENT CAPABILITY WITH A SIMPLE BODYWEIGHT BILATERAL SQUAT MAY GIVE VALUABLE INSIGHT INTO AN ATHLETE’S MOVEMENT CAPABILITY. INFORMATION OBTAINED FROM A BODYWEIGHT BILATERAL SQUAT SCREEN MAY ASSIST THE STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING PROFESSIONAL WITH DEVELOPING SAFER MORE EFFECTIVE STRENGTH-TRAINING PROGRAMS.

Author-supplied keywords

  • Assessment
  • Functional
  • Injury
  • Kinematics
  • Kinetics

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