1. greater than normal extension
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How To Use hyperextension In A Sentence

  • That is the big danger - what is called hyperflexion rather than hyperextension. Times, Sunday Times
  • Method:31 cases of cervical disc herniation(CDH) scanned in neutral position under MRI were taken in hyperflexion and hyperextension.
  • Mr. McGregor takes several of those vexed Balanchine features - the flexed feet, the hyperextension of individual limbs, and the overcrossing of two or more limbs - and takes them, as Mr. Forsythe did in the 1980s, further. NYT > Home Page
  • A hyperextension is the same as a sprain - "hyperextension" refers to the mechanism of the injury - bending the joint in a direction that it isn't intended to go, usually due to a hard fall. NBA.com: Fantasy News
  • In contrast, full-range hyperextensions also rely on hip flexors and glutes.
  • Lie facedown on a hyperextension bench, tucking your ankles securely under the footpads. Body by Design
  • Learn to straighten your knees with full extension of your legs but without hyperextension.
  • Also, the unnatural flips and back-arching of gymnastics produce "hyperextension" of the youthful spine that can result in chronic lower-back pain and fractures of the small bones supporting the vertebrae. Old Too Soon, Wise Too Late?
  • After all, the corps and coryphées do posé arabesque by stepping onto pointe,, jerking their backs into hyperextension so that their hips jut out, thus snapping, rather than floating their extensions.
  • The other complicating factor is the hyperextension of his hip joints. Times, Sunday Times
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