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Lance Walker, training director at the Michael Johnson Performance Center, near Dallas,
is sitting behind his desk, looking over the results of my “movement screen,”
a head-to-toe assessment of how well I bend, twist, stretch, and torque.
I’m alarmed that most of the eight categories (Hurdle Step, In-Line Lunge, Seated Trunk Rotation, etc.)
are highlighted with yellow “deficiency” alerts.
“You know what I see here?” Walker asks, scrutinizing the printout.
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