SeaMonkey Posted April 11, 2004 Report Share Posted April 11, 2004 I've posted before asking how to correct hyperextension. Mine seems to be getting worse as I get older. I went to the dr recently because I was having a lot of knee pain (choreographing a floor section for a modern piece). I asked him if there was any way to correct my hyperextension. His response was that since I'm a dancer, it was good that I was hyperextended. Um, not really! I mentioned to him that I can't stretch my triceps after push ups because I shoulders will just slip out of socket. It doesn't hurt, but I don't want bulky arms. He suggested weight training and told me not to do push ups anymore. Is weight training going to mess up anything? I don't want bulky arms and I've got the body type that builds muscle easily and if I can't stretch it after I lift, I'm going to get bulk. I've been trying to do a few arm excersizes with my therabands, but I'm not sure which one's to do to work my rotator cuff Quote Link to comment
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