What Is a Full-Body Lock-Out Movement Standard?

If you’ve seen the requirement for a full-body lock-out and wondered what it is, following explains the standard and how to judge it.

  • Arm(s) straight overhead
  • Elbows fully extended (to be discussed, could be redundant due to above requirement)
  • Hand inline with the shoulder
  • Hips in neutral position (fully extended)
  • Knees in neutral position (fully extended)
  • One straight line from the hand to the ankle (side-on view)


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