After completing a static posture assessment a dynamic posture assessment should be performed. This should reinforce what has already been found during the static assessment but also shed light on any faulty alignments during movement. By having this understanding of your functionality, overactive and under-active muscles are exposed.
Dynamic posture assessments are related to basic movements such as squatting, pushing, pulling and balancing. To perform a dynamic posture assessment you’ll need the help of a friend or a device that you can record yourself performing the movement if you don’t have someone to help.