Welcome to our system.
Use this page as a guide to chart your course based on your goals. We designed it for you, with your clients and patients in mind.
Choose Your Path
Are you a Healthcare or a Performance Professional?
Select a pathway below to get started.
As a healthcare professional, most of your patients likely walk through your door already experiencing pain. SFMA is your initial assessment and provides a differential diagnosis that leads to more efficient treatment. Once pain is addressed, the next goal is movement in combined patterns, much like how a patient functions in everyday life. This is where the FMS fits into your plan of care - as it is often used as a discharge/return to activity metric. Utilizing the system in its entirety allows you -- as a healthcare professional -- to fully progress a patient back into a healthy movement lifestyle.
SFMA Level 2
Focus on interventions based on the SFMA findings to gain an understanding of treatment for both mobility and stability and/or motor control dysfunctions.
As the performance professional, your clients and athletes trust you to improve their health and performance without causing them any harm. In FMS 1, you learn how to screen movement ability to determine what is safe and beneficial for your client. Level 1 guides you toward the individual’s greatest training opportunity.
After identifying priority movement patterns, you are ready for where the real magic happens – mastering the exercises in FMS Level 2. Learn how to make actionable steps toward improved movement by uncovering the hidden potential that your clients and athletes have yet to discover due to underlying movement limitations.
Once acceptable range of movement competency is met, it is time to progress clients to higher level capacity testing -- the Fundamental Capacity Screen (FCS).
FMS Level 2
Our company philosophy is to correct before you develop in fitness and performance. Level 2 is geared toward mastering exercise correctives and designed to reboot poor movement quality revealed in the screen.