How much “dip” in the coronal plane is in your single leg squat?
“In conclusion, the Single-Leg Squat is a reliable tool to identify patients that would need to improve their hip and trunk muscle weakness and dysfunction (by strengthening and neuromuscular coordination retraining). ”
Crossley et al., Am J Sports Med 39 (2011) 866 – 873.
Clinical assessment of performance on the single-leg squat task is a reliable tool that may be used to identify people with hip muscle dysfunction.ANATOMY-PHYSIOTHERAPY.COM