This assessment will look at your squat depth. You are going to standardize the assessment by taking your shoes off. Once those shoes are off, go ahead and find the width and toe out angle that is comfortable to you. Next, squat as low as you feel you comfortably can and estimate how far down you went. For example, if the upper thigh or femur is parallel to the floor this will be 90 degrees, anything below that would be greater than 90. It may be helpful for you to record your squat using your phone and analyze it after.
Prehab Goals & Normative Values: The upper thigh (femur) to be parallel to the floor
Prehab Goals: The upper thigh (femur) to be past 90 degrees/parallel to the floor
Take the assessment, write down your score, and track your progress throughout the program.