Hi, I'm Alice Holland, and I'm going to show you some exercises for hyper flexibility syndrome. There are a select number of population out there who have hyper flexibility syndrome. There are some stability exercises to counteract this hyper-flexibility and to prevent the joint stresses that come with it. So those with hyper-flexibility syndrome tend to have lower back and SI joint problems. For that you will need to strengthen larger muscles in your lower extremity and in your core. I want to show you a squat. So the first thing to make note of is make sure your back is nice and stiff and straight don't hunch over. Second thing keep your core nice and tight and engaged. Make sure you're trying to draw in your tummy muscles. The 3rd is strengthen is try to tighten up your glute muscles. You're gonna come down hold for about a second. Again, keep everything nice and tight and then slowly come back up. The key is in the exercise itself. Thee small little things that require you to tighten while you do the exercise. Back straight, abs tight, glutes tight, and squat, hold and up. The 2nd exercise I'm going to show you involves the upper extremity and also the core. You want to come down on your elbows. Make sure your core is nice and tight. Imagine yourself drawing in your tummy muscles. Hold it here for 30 seconds. You will start to shake if you are weak. Try to ignore that. You're trying to strengthen your core muscles. What not to do is droop or to hunch. Again, keep everything nice and ridged and tight. Remember to breath too. Don't hold your breath. Hold there for 30 seconds.