Post 4 of 4: Ready to find out for more on your Inherited Flexibility🤓? 🔹Check out previous post 1 of 4 to find out how many points out of 9 possible points you got; This will determine your Beighton Score and will give you insight on what your body responds to best with flexibility training in order to best prevent injury and feel your best 🙂!
If your Beighton Score ranges from
7-9 points....You have naturally inherited more Flexibility in your body, making you bend with more ease than others🐒. You will tend to excel in activities that require a lot of flexibility as you naturally move with more ease🤸♀️. Working on creating strength and stability around your joints and musculature 🏋🏿♂️will ensure you stay safe and injury free as you are more likely to have joint sprains due to the extra laxity in your capsules that makes you move with more freedom of motion. There is a great chance that when you are told you should feel a stretch in your muscles you in fact don’t, and that you have to go beyond some normal ranges in order to create the stretch feeling others are talked by about. Having this extra range can cause a loss of proprioception (can sometimes make you feel like you are clumsy in comparison to others🙃). Stopping 🛑Passive Flexibility work like static stretching and Replacing it with Active Flexibility work will be key 🔑 to gain joint strength and stability and stay injury free. Self myofascial releases will be your friend when you feel feelings of tightness in your body.....don’t try to stretch the feeling of tightness away🙈. Use a myofascial release to help yourself along with strengthening exercises to help keep things in check 👍🏼and help keep you bendy 🤗and strong 💪🏼 . .........🕺🏻
Check out the “What is your Inherited Flexibility :-)?...” on the Flexibility Script YouTube channel at: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Gwzhyv6uQcA for more information, along with Flexibility Script courses, workshops, and books 🤓! #flexibilityscript#flexibility#mobility#inheritedflexibility#flexibilityscriptassessments#injuryprevention#hypermobility#beightonscore#flexibilitytraining#selfcare#stretching#flexibilitytherapist