Move Integral Is Our Functional Movement Clinic
Your FMS score will determine what class is best for you.
Your score will land you in one of these classes. If you're recovering from surgery you'll probably find your self in the first class, Steady. If you're training to improve your athletic performance, the strong class is where you belong.
Our goal is to get you to graduate. First from stable to steady, after we get stable, lets go after strong.
Move Stable - focused on balance and stability.
Stability is the foundation of Functional Movement. Without a stable base, muscles and joints must work twice as hard to stay in proper alignment. When joints are not in alignment, muscles waste important energy trying to move them and both muscles and joints are left with a higher risk of injury. Joints are stressed, nerves are pinched and muscles are strained. This is the reason your posture is not under control and why you are in pain.
Move Steady - focused on balance and flexibility.
Steadiness is the next layer built on the foundation of Functional Movement. Balance and Coordination are what allow joints to stay in alignment during movement. Stability is about Postural Control and Steadiness is about Movement Control. Without steady movement, muscles and joints become very stressed and vulnerable. This is what causes repetitive stress and what is known as cumulative trauma.
Move Strong - focused on strength and precision.
Strength is the reason why we need a stable and steady foundation. It is the power that drives the life we choose to live. We cannot crawl, climb, walk, run, jump, lift or carry without it. Everything from the way live, work and play demands that we can generate enough power to move and stop safely. This is called explosiveness and impact control which are the goal of moving strong.
What is the Functional Movement Screen?
The Functional Movement Screen (FMS) is a screening tool used to evaluate seven fundamental movement patterns in individuals with no current pain complaint or musculoskeletal injury. The FMS is not intended to diagnose orthopedic problems but rather to demonstrate opportunities for improved movement in individuals. The screen is designed to place an individual in extreme positions where movement deficits become noticeable if appropriate stability and mobility are not used. Even though individuals are performing an activity or sport at a high level, it has been observed that many of these same individuals are limited in fundamental movement. This leads to these of compensatory movements in order to achieve or maintain the level of performance needed for the activity. The inefficient use of compensation during movement will lead to poor biomechanics that limit gains in performance and reduces the body’s ability to Rema inadaptable and durable against the risks of being involved in the activity or sport.
Move Integral Class Schedule
Highschool Age Groups Classes:
Mondays & Wednesdays 7PM-8PM
Middle School Age Group Classes:
Tuesdays & Thursdays 4PM-5PM
Mondays & Wednesdays 11AM-12PM / 1:30PM-2:30PM
Tuesdays & Thursdays 11AM-12PM or 1:30PM-2:30PM
Cost: $20 Per Session (20% off Original $25/Per Session)
Paid monthly on a 12 week agreement.