Trunk flexion, static postures and squatting are often the most common positions which clients hold the strongest misconceptions about. Therefore, individuals executing these movements often do so in a mechanical way due to fear, pain and strong beliefs.

Recent evidence suggests that there is no incorrect posture when sitting, standing or bending down to pick something up (Wai et al. 2010; Straker 2003).

In order to change learnt and ingrained behaviour we need to look at the persons lifestyle as a whole and use experimental learning with many different movements and postures to build confidence and self belief in their bodies ability.