No Excuses CrossFit is excited to announce its partnership with Advance Rehab. One of the first initiatives of the relationship is to have every member from No Excuses CrossFit get a Functional Movement Screening (FMS).
The FMS screening will take place on Monday, July 24 from 5:30-6:30 pm and Wednesday, July 26 from 6:30-8:30 am.
The FMS test will consist of the deep squat, hurdle step, in-line lunge, shoulder mobility, active straight-leg raise, trunk stability push up, and rotational stability. If you have gone through an ADAPT screening, this is very similar.
There’s no need to prepare for the test, just plan on being at the gym at those days and times. If you WOD at 4 pm or 7 pm and can stay late or get to the gym early, that would be a big help.
What: Advance Rehab FMS test
When: Monday, July 24 from 5:30-6:30 pm and Wednesday, July 26 from 6:30-8:30 am
Where: No Excuses CrossFit
What is the FMS test?
You can see an example of the test at this link.
For more info about FMS, go to its web site.
What is Advance Rehab?
They are a local rehabilitation place in Suwanee off Satellite Blvd., past McGinnis Ferry Road. They have been a part of North Gwinnett athletics for 15-20 years. You can check out their web site here. http://advancerehab.com/
What if I can’t make it to the gym on Monday or Wednesday at those times?
We will set up additional days and times for testing, but for right now try your best to make those days and times.
How will class be structured on Monday and Wednesday during those FMS testing times?
5:00 pm – Warm-up and WOD (10-min WOD)
5:30 pm – FMS Screening / mobility while waiting to be screened
6:00 pm – FMS Screening / mobility while waiting to be screened
6:30 pm – Warm-up and WOD (10-min WOD)
Why should I get tested?
If you have a deficiency in your movement pattern, you are at a higher risk of injury. An FMS test will identify it and then you can establish a course of action to improve it.
What will happen after everyone gets FMS tested?
The plan is to put everyone in different groups based on the FMS test. Advance Rehab will develop corrective movements, warm-ups and a plan of action to improve your movement pattern. In the end, the main goal is to get everyone moving better and be at less risk for injury.