Movement Competency Screening Case Study

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CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of Study The MCS screen consists of five functional movements pattern; squat, lunge, push up, bent over pull and single leg squat. A tools has recently been developed called the Movement Competency Screening (Kritz, 2012). The MCS is a movement-screening tool that was developed to provide strength and conditioning professionals with a straightforward understanding of an individuals’s movement competency related to fundamental movement patterns performed in activities of daily living, sport and sport specific training (Kritz, 2012). There has been an investment within the sport and health professions to better understand the movement competency of athletes and the impact athletes’ movement…show more content…
c) What will be the criteria in which the participants scored? d) Will there be a significant correlation in overall average MCS scores between exercises? 1.5 Limitations and Delimitation a) Limitations 1 The sample selected as a sample to a limitation that could affect the study. Selected sample was randomly selected subjects. 2 Financial factor is one of the factors for a full-time student researchers. In addition, the financial loans for students are inadequate to cover the conduct of this study. 3 Time constraints become a factor as the study limitations, the time allocated for the study is not sufficient to ensure the accuracy of the experimental study. b) Delimitations The delimitation of this study are related to the how the movement screening tool was perceived by users post development and the relationship between the results of the developed movement competency screening tool to general athletic performance and the incidence and severity of injury within an athlete population. 1.6 Operational Definitions Profiling and identifying the injury risk based on Movement Competency Screening can be explained as the term

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