May 9, 2016
Flexibility training refers to the retraining of the elastic properties of the soft tissue system from muscles to fascia to connective tissue.
Mobility is the unrestricted movement surrounding the 360 joints in your body. You need to achieve flexibility firstly in order to gain full range of Motion surrounding the joint structures.
Joints when fully aligned and healthy, should ideally allow friction free movements.
In other words when you run or walk you should not feel any resistance or restriction in the joints.
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Active Assisted Isolated Stretching Treatment
Active Isolated Stretching
Acute and Chronic Hamstrings Strain
Classic Muscle Imbalance
Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness
Hamstring Tension from Disc Compression
Helene M. Langevin
Life Extension and Mobility Training
Porsche Centre Hong Kong
Previous Hamstrings Strain
RHTK Radio 3
Range of motion
Stretch and Align
Team Black Falcon
Tight Hamstrings from Prolonged Sitting
Treatment of a patient with chronic back
chronic back during pregnancy
glenohumeral and acromioclavicular joints.