Benefits of Improving Your Mobility
Lower risk of injury
Studies show that having a smaller range of motion through a joint raises your risk of getting injured.
Tight joints can throw your whole body out of whack. For example, if your hips lack mobility, it can affect your spine, cause shoulder stiffness, and even affect your neck.
Ease of movement
Have you ever tried to reach your arms overhead and found that they wouldn’t straighten … or that they wouldn’t extend without shrugging your shoulders?
Over time this can lead to a cycle of less activity, even less mobility, and potentially an increase in pain.
If you think this doesn’t apply to you, I’ve got news for you: unless you are active, your mobility starts to go downhill at age 30!
The steps you take NOW can pay off for decades to come.
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