Mobility Vs flexibility

These words get interchanged regularly.  There is a difference. 

Flexibility is: the amount something can bend without breaking. More specific to the body flexibility is defined as: The ability to reach the end ranges of motion passively. e.g. someone taking your leg and pressing it towards your chest. 

Mobility is the ability to control through the range of motion and the extended ranges.  e.g. Without using your arms lift your leg up straight to your chest using your strength and neurological control. 

 

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