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Flexibility and Physical Fitness
What is Body Flexibility?
The fourth basic component of physical fitness, body flexibility is the range of motion around a joint. Meaning, the body's ability to move joints throughout their full range of motion, thus increasing muscle-usage and overall physical mobility. Suppleness and flexibility in the joints can help reduce injuries in all types of exercises, and enhances balance and physical cordination.
How to Measure Your Flexibility?
How to Improve Your Flexibility?
To improve your flexibility, choose exercises that lengthen the muscles such as swimming, selected calisthenics or a basic stretching workout. Alternatively, consider joining specialist classes on Yoga or Pilates.
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