|Common areas of hypermobility:
· Lumbar spine hyperextension and anterior pelvic tilt- low back too arched back, pelvis tilted forward
· Knee hyperextension – knees locked out and bent too far back, beyond straight
· Head and neck hyperextension – head and neck hanging back, chin up
| How to control:
· Lumbar hyperextension and anterior pelvic tilt: tuck tail bone down towards the ground using gluts and bring pubic bone tucked up using lower abs
· Don’t lock out knees, keep knees ‘soft’.
· Control head and neck posture, try to keep chin down towards throat more, gaze will not be as straight up