|The Flexion “Red” team tends to have a weak posterior chain (the backside of the body), and they tend to be muscular looking with big quads, wide Lats, and big triceps. These people are known to prefer to stand for long periods of time versus sit. A Flexion individual Holding their arms up can be very challenging due to lack of shoulder development, so they tend to do better in activities, careers, and sports where they can push down such as architect, massage therapy, hockey, wrestling, not to forget they can sleep and read on their stomachs. They also usually can touch their toes. Common injuries these people have are torn Calves, torn hamstrings, torn or separated abs, hip replacements, torn biceps, torn ACL, and low back bulges and herniations.
||The Extension “Blue” team tends to have a weak anterior chain (the frontside of the body), and they tend to be tall and straight looking with big shoulders, big biceps, and thin legs. They seem to be a bit more shrugged up looking. These people are known to prefer to sit for long periods of time versus stand. An extension individual Holding their arms up in front in no problem, it’s deadlifting and pushing down that’s the challenge. Extension individuals tend to do better in activities, careers, and sports where they can stand tall, sit with back support, or hold something in front such as a hair dresser, desk job, tennis player, gymnast, golfer, not to forget they can sleep and read on their backs with tons of back support. They also usually cannot touch their toes. Common injuries these people have are torn quads, Achilles tendinitis, meniscus tears, rotator cuff tears, lat tears, tricep tears, spondy spine, and migraines.