Definitions

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  • noun Excessive flexion of a joint.

Etymologies

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hyper- +‎ flexion

Examples

  • He described his system as a forward, with the movement system, not a seat based system, that was more French than Anglo Germanic in its derivation. hyperflexion and overbending, labelling this type of training as horse abuse.

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  • Equine Biomechanics - The Key to Balanced Riding ", she discussed the detrimental effects of Rollkur/hyperflexion, and writes" Take 10 minutes of your time to get into a kneeling position and crawl around with your chin stuck to your chest.

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  • Equine Biomechanics - The Key to Balanced Riding ", she discussed the detrimental effects of Rollkur/hyperflexion, and writes" Take 10 minutes of your time to get into a kneeling position and crawl around with your chin stuck to your chest.

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  • He described his system as a forward, with the movement system, not a seat based system, that was more French than Anglo Germanic in its derivation. hyperflexion and overbending, labelling this type of training as horse abuse.

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  • Equine Biomechanics - The Key to Balanced Riding ", she discussed the detrimental effects of Rollkur/hyperflexion, and writes" Take 10 minutes of your time to get into a kneeling position and crawl around with your chin stuck to your chest.

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  • Stewards will be trembling in their galoshes: Dressage Committee Chair Frank Kemperman is to head a group which will expand the current guidelines for stewards to move along the implementation of the FEI's anti-hyperflexion policy.

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  • Stewards will be trembling in their galoshes: Dressage Committee Chair Frank Kemperman is to head a group which will expand the current guidelines for stewards to move along the implementation of the FEI's anti-hyperflexion policy.

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  • Stewards will be trembling in their galoshes: Dressage Committee Chair Frank Kemperman is to head a group which will expand the current guidelines for stewards to move along the implementation of the FEI's anti-hyperflexion policy.

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  • Equine Biomechanics - The Key to Balanced Riding ", she discussed the detrimental effects of Rollkur/hyperflexion, and writes" Take 10 minutes of your time to get into a kneeling position and crawl around with your chin stuck to your chest.

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  • Finger hyperflexion with light pressure (palm downwards).

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