• Normal postural alignment
  • Equal distribution of weight
  • Ability to weight shift in all directions with graded control
  • Efficient righting and equilibrium reactions as an underlying foundation for volitional movement
  • Efficient underlying postural control tosupport efficient volitional movement
  • Efficient organization of basic components of movement: flexion-extension-and rotation in all planes of space
  • Dynamic interaction of stability and mobility
  • Anticipatory initiation for efficient functional movement