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Benefits of Flexibility Training

When joints are not moved through a full range of motion due to inactivity, they adapt to this position by shortening, which decreases flexibility. Poor flexibility decreases the body’s ability…

Types of Flexibility Training

Flexibility training, like any other form of training, should follow a systematic progression. Performing flexibility techniques that are too difficult for an individual can be as dangerous as any other…

Guidelines for Flexibility Training

While flexibility training can improve posture and joint range of motion, much like other forms of exercise, it must be systematic and progressive. Attempting flexibility exercises that are too difficult…

Flexibility and Posture

Poor flexibility can alter postural alignment and can lead to many dysfunctions, including joint and muscle pain. Proper posture ensures that the muscles of the body are optimally aligned at…

Joint Mobility

Joint mobility training has become more popular in recent times. Mobility training involves changing the degree to which an articulation (where two bones meet) is allowed to move before being…

Mobility

Mobility is closely related to flexibility. But, the main difference is that mobility is the ability for the body to go through a range of movement actively, and against resisting…