, welcome to the Strength Faction assessment page. If this is your first visit, please fill out and complete everything you see below. If you are a returning member, you don’t have to resubmit, but if things have substantially changed since your last submission, fire away!
Click the above link and fill out the entire form. If at any time you need to stop before you are finished, you may save the draft by scrolling to the bottom of the page. When you are done, it will redirect you back to here. Continue on to numero dos.
2) Strength Faction Movement Assessment
Watch the video and perform the self-assessment—circling “Pass” or “Fail” for each test. Tally up Passes and Fails under hips and shoulders. Does one have more fails? You’re going to be in that group when it comes to programming. Are both clear, or do both have the same number of fails? Work on what you feel like you need more work with, OR, look back at your injury history. The biggest predictor of injury? Previous injury.
Check back in with the assessment at the completion of each phase. You may change your mobility focus between phases, but, barring injury, stick with the one you start with each phase.
Active Straight Leg Raise
Ankle of moving leg passes knee of down leg on BOTH sides
Standing Toe Touch
Can bend over and touch toes with feet completely together
Can bring fists within 1.5 hand length distance from each other on BOTH sides
Standing Shoulder CARs
Can maintain tall and tight posture while performing full arm circle on BOTH sides
If you are unsure of which group you should be in, either email email@example.com or set up a call with your mentor.