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Flexibility for Longevity

Flexibility is the key for Pain-free Life

Today, nearly everyone is affected by postural imbalances largely as the result of sedentary lifestyles, advancements in technology, and repetitive movements.

Office jobs that require individuals to sit for long hours have led to dramatic increases in work-related injuries, including low-back and neck pain and carpal tunnel syndrome, as well as increased rates of obesity.

Human body is designed such that like any moving machine it’s component functions in sync with each other following the known mechanical principles like pull, push, balance, pulley, angles, torque etc.

Flexibility training has become increasingly recognized as an important way to help aid in preventing and treating various neuromuscular injuries.

Person without adequate levels of flexibility and joint motion may be at increased risk of injury, and may not be able to achieve his physical and functional goals until these deficits are corrected

Flexibility can be simply described as the ability to move a joint through its complete range of motion.

There are various factors that can influence flexibility, including:

Genetics, Connective tissue elasticity, Composition of tendons or skin surrounding the joint, Joint structure, Strength of opposing muscle groups, Body composition, Sex, Age, Activity level, Previous injuries or existing medical issues, Repetitive movements.