Hypermobility versus clinical instability



  • I was told to keep doing it, hypermobility was better than hypomobility.



  • @Requiem:

    I was told to keep doing it, hypermobility was better than hypomobility.

    what's the difference?



  • @bod8:

    @Requiem:

    I was told to keep doing it, hypermobility was better than hypomobility.

    what's the difference?

    Hypermobile - too loose. Your joints sound like rice krispies and you can bend them in strange directions.

    Hypomobile - too tight. Restricted movement, pain.



  • And even better if you don't have either :P



  • @Requiem:

    @bod8:

    @Requiem:

    I was told to keep doing it, hypermobility was better than hypomobility.

    what's the difference?

    Hypermobile - too loose. Your joints sound like rice krispies and you can bend them in strange directions.

    Hypomobile - too tight. Restricted movement, pain.

    i think i'm somewhere in the middle of those two actually :?



  • Yeh that would mean you are ok :?



  • still have cracks though 8)



  • Because you trained them.



  • I disagree with the evidence.

    It completely contradicts what it says. It states that reduced movement is obtained. However, when a joint is clicked, the golgi tendons stimulate and allows abnormal movement, which one may aruge is temporary, however excessive stretching leads to the stretching being normal..

    Like a person with 50/80 blood pressure, quite abnormal. However for the person, having been like it all their life, it is perfectly normal.



  • What should your blood pressure be?

    Yes you can move more after you have cracked but also before.


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