Table 3: Rating criteria for runner pose test: good and poor stability

Runner Pose Test


1. Overall Impression
Smooth, good-quality movement
General control
Jerky movement
Effort to control movement
Excessive trunk movement

2. Weight Distribution
Minimal translation of centre of massInability to maintain centre of mass over weightbearing leg

3. Pelvic Alignment
Hip dissociation from pelvis—minimal pelvic movement
Minimal A-P movement (anterior pelvic tilt)
Minimal tilt in frontal plane (ASIS level)
Discernible movement of pelvis with the hip—no dissociation
Discernable tilt in frontal plane

4. Trunk Alignment
No rotation of trunk
Trunk upright
Trunk rotation
Forward flexion of trunk
Trunk locked in extension