Quality of Functional Movement Patterns and Injury Examination In Elite-Level Male Professional Football Players

Written by Kyle Barrow FMS

This article found that ankle injuries can effect FMS Hurdle Step performance and knee and hip injuries can effect FMS Deep Squat performance The authors also noted that lower limb differences from left to right were found in 40% of the participants. 


(Zalai, D., Panics, G., Bobak, P., Csáki, I., & Hamar, P. (n.d.). Quality of functional movement patterns and injury examination in elite-level male professional football players. ActaPhysiologicaHungarica, 34-42.)

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