Human beings are designed to move. It is one of the most important factors for our health and the biomechanics of our bodies. We are constantly reminded about the benefits of healthy eating, exercise, mindfulness techniques, good sleep, etc. However, very rarely is it made a priority to include more movement into our daily activities. A lot of exercises that people are undertaking do not include adequate mobility, flexibility, and stability work to improve the range of motion of key muscles and joints. Good movement is of paramount importance to prevent and rehabilitate injuries. It is also very important to…
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