We see faulty movement patterns happen all the time. Knees caving in during a squat, back rounding over in a deadlift, shoulders rolling forward during a row, arch collapsing in the feet... the list goes on. Most of these movement patterns are given their proper attention in a controlled setting such as a performance training facility, but what happens when you walk out the doors of SAPT? These faulty movements continue to occur, we just don't give them as much attention. It doesn't have to take a deadlift, goblet squat, or bulgarian split squat to demonstrate faulty movement. It's everywhere, even on the slopes! Here's a quick movement analysis of a snowboarding clip. Enjoy!