This Is What Mobility Training Is—and Why It’s More Important Now Than Ever
Well + Good discusses the benefits of mobility training according to experts, including Kathleen L. Davenport, MD, physiatrist at HSS.
Dr. Davenport explained without good mobility, your muscles will be tight, but you can also have imbalances in the body and be more prone to injury. “If one area of the body has less mobility, another area may try to compensate, and this could result in injury,” she noted.
Key components such as stretching, should be done daily to achieve optimal health. Dr. Davenport cited stretching via active flexibility exercises can improve and maintain the body’s mobility.
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