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Tissues have a tolerance for silliness (poor mechanics, improper movement patterns etc).
You can buffer anything for a time until you can’t anymore.
No warning just game over. I know Kelly has talked about it. Possibly on an old CF Journal video.
It is addressed in the Movement & Mobility Seminar.

All of the small deviations add up and yes it can be something seemingly “small” that puts it over the edge.
However, its not that one occurrence its the cumulative impact that wears the tissue down.