Flexibility refers to the ability of a joint, such as a knee or shoulder, to move through its full range of motion—important for all athletes. Improving flexibility increases mobility for increased strength and speed, while reducing the risk of injury to muscles, ligaments and tendons. Common exercises for increasing flexibility include static stretching, dynamic warm-ups, yoga, massage therapy and foam rolling. In addition, performing functional exercises through their full range of motion improves overall flexibility. Improve your flexibility with the latest advice and routines from the nation's elite coaches and athletes.
Latest in Flexibility
Squatting should be pain-free. It's one of our natural movement patterns that our body is designed to do over and over again. But as modern humans,...
By: Andy Haley
Your shoulders are pretty cool joints. They can move at high speed to throw a ball or swing a racquet and are strong enough to support hundreds of pou...
By: Andy Haley
Top 8 Hip Mobility Exercises for Strength and Power Header video: https://s.gmb.io/2sQ0ori (Please use this video for the header video at the top of the...
By: Ryan Hurst
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