Hypermobile with Compromised Weak Joints and Muscles.
This archetype can be associated with a condition known as Ehlers–Danlos syndrome which is a congenital disorder of the connective tissue where you are actually born with connective tissue and especially ligaments that are looser than they supposed to be so your joints tend to be hypermobile - these are people who are double-jointed whose knees hyper-extend.
Mechanism of Dysfunction
The Joints are unstable to the point of causing pain when too much force is applied during a DCT exercise or traditional strength training.
Isn’t Kinesthetically Aware on How to Use their Muscles
May Have Pudendal Nerve Entrapment
May have Urinary and Bladder Issues
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