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The Functional Movement Screen (FMS) and Y-Balance Test (YBT) are functional measurement tools utilized for injury prevention, performance predictability, and as return to sport criteria. The FMS is comprised of 7 standardized tests of movement patterns that are rated from 0-3 and includes: Deep Squat, Hurdle Step, In-Line Lunge, Shoulder Mobility, Active Straight Leg Raise, Trunk Stability Push-Up, and Rotary Stability. The YBT is a measurement of single leg stance in the anterior, posteromedial, and posterolateral directions that is advocated for assessing dynamic balance. There lacks evidence that collegiate athletes in different sports that require specific training programs and physical attributes perform differently on functional screens.
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Anloague, Phillip; Herrin, Nicholas; Malone, John; and Bond, Cody, "Specific Sport Training Effect on FMS and Y Balance Scores" (2015). University of Dayton Doctor of Physical Therapy Annual Research Symposium. 12.