Q: What is the problem with this movement? A: Decreased middle back (thoracic) extension. Tightness in the middle back restricts movement in the low back and hips. In order for this gentleman to descend further, he will have to translate his body forward. (There are several other movement problems with this picture too).
Q: What is the problem with this movement? A: Decreased ankle motion. The lady on the left lacks ankle mobility, which is not allowing her to descend deeper into her squat. Lacking ankle dorsiflexion is a common problem across the population.
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