SAQ Training is a quick, movement based exercises. Used for a lot of endurance training with extra elements of unpredictability and/or precision. The recommended amount of time for SAQ training is 20-30 minutes. Ideally, you can train SAQ for about 3 to 5 times per week.
Your doctor will likely want to do a special assessment called an SAQ, or kinetic chain assessment before you start any new workout routine. This is because they want to make sure that your muscles, bones, and joints are all working together correctly and that you don't have any imbalances that could cause problems.
The SAQ assessment includes tests like checking your range of motion, strength, and flexibility. The therapist will also look at your posture and alignment. They might use special tools to measure these things or they might just do a visual assessment.
After the assessment, they will be able to tell you what exercises are safe.
SAQ is a system of training aimed at developing speed, quickness, and agility. These are motor abilities for body movement.
SAQ Training requires a lot of endurance and is primarily all body weight focused. This will be challenging for those initially starting the type of training and those that are out of shape. However, with plenty of practice and training, you'll be able to overcome movement limitations.