jump position

jump position

A popular term referring to a characteristic stance adopted by a child with spastic paraplegia of cerebral palsy, in which he or she stands on his or her knees with hips flexed and ankles in equinus position.

jump position

Pediatrics The posture of a child who stands on his/her knees with hips flexed and ankles in equinus position, a characteristic stance in spastic paraplegia of cerebral palsy. See Cerebral palsy.
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01 metres, matching Steve Phillips' long jump position with 7.
Both jump positions can be used for static line and emergency egress training.