Single Leg Wall Sit Endurance Assessment

The single-leg wall sit endurance assessment is used to look at the muscle endurance of the lower extremity in a single-leg position. To begin this assessment, stand comfortably leaning against a wall with your feet about shoulder-width apart. Slide down the wall and assume a squatting position with your knees and hips at 90 degrees. When comfortable, lift one foot off the ground and hold this position for as long as possible. The time starts when you lift one foot off the ground. The test ends when you can no longer hold this position. Return to the starting position and repeat on the other leg after a period of rest.   Prehab Goals & Normative Values: Males (seconds): Excellent: 100 Good: 75-100 Average: 50-75 Females (seconds): Excellent: 60 Good: 45-60 Average: 35-45   Prehab Goals: Male (seconds): >100 Female (seconds): >60   Reference: Single-leg wall sit a test. Wall Sit Single Leg Strength Test. Accessed August 31, 2023.   Take the assessment, write down your score, and track your progress throughout the program.
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