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  • noun Plural form of hyperextension.


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  • The style is clearly McGregor's own – the rippling backs, the tendril arms, the probing hyperextensions – but this is McGregor in evolution.

    Wayne McGregor/Random Dance: FAR Luke Jennings 2010

  • He has them focus on hyperextensions, wide-grip seated rows, one-arm rows and reverse cable flies to get their muscles working in various ranges of motion.

    Back Attack 2006

  • His nine dancers - with their isolations of body-parts and their hyperextensions - might belong to an alien species, and he coldly examines the individual quirks of each Just look how horridly weird this one is!

    NYT > Home Page By ALASTAIR MACAULAY 2011

  • Image: Maybe back hyperextensions are the secret to Eva Longoria's slim silhouette

    rediff.com 2009

  • a bareback rider who suffered falls, hyperextensions and breaks that had bloomed into arthritis and aches as he aged.

    In Rough Country Oates, Joyce Carol 2008


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