Restricted Mobility: limitations in movement execution Lifting from the ground is not possible because the hamstrings are too tight (left 70 ° and right 73 °) Half differences: imbalances between the left/right side of the body that causes limitations in executing movement unilaterally Execution of the overhead squat movement is tilted/uneven. The reason a significant half difference in internal hip rotation (left 36 ° and right 27 °) When planning a training session, coaches and trainers should be aware of any client constraints and how to correct them appropriately. Movements that are ill-suited to a client’s capabilities do not produce optimal results and can, at worst, cause injury. In the pictures below, the client has completed the TE3 Movement Quality program, inclusive of the TE3 Mobility analysis and the appropriate training program based on the results. The photos below are taken before and after a 30-day training period. Before Ankle Flexion (L 19° / R 14 °) Trunk Rotation (L 52° / R 40°) After Ankle Flexion (L 21° / R 19 °) Trunk Rotation (L 52° / R 50°) The simplest way to determine the level of movement quality is to do a TE3 Mobility Analysis: a cohesive, whole-body diagnosis composed of 14 movements in 15 minutes. The information is conveniently stored at the touch of a button in the TE3 Pro app from where it can be easily sent to the client to encourage training motivation! This video provided gives you a deeper look into the TE3 Mobility Analysis > Want more info? Drop us an email: email@example.com.