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.

Mobility is the ability to control through the range of motion and the extended ranges. 

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Exercise is medicine, movement is life

“ If there were a drug that could do for human health everything that exercise can, it would likely be the most valuable pharmaceutical ever developed”. 

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do your practive, all is coming

Work gets rewards. 

No long term fixes are achieved in the short term. No mastery happens over night whether it be physical skills; yoga poses, sport specific movements or mental skills; concentration, meditating . It takes time. 

 

 

Training videos 

Controlled Articular Rotations (C.A.R) Rotational movements at the outer limits of your joint ranges. Are is a fundamental part of FRC mobility. This is body maintenance, as well as assessment. Learn about your own body and the movement that you have in your joints each day.
 

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Dr. Perry from Stop Chasing Pain Skype interviews Julie Wiebe about the pelvic floor and its role in pain. Learn how you can take back control of your life. Visit Julie at www.juliewiebept.com Websites Julie mentions: Womenshealthapta.org Physiotherapy.ca csp.org.uk physiotherapy.asn.au
 
 
Clip taken at a Functional Range Conditioning (FRC) seminar held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada - 2016 For seminar information and upcoming dates visit http://FunctionalAnatomySeminars.com
 
Dr. Andreo Spina, creator of the Functional Range Systems discusses why the prescription of Controlled Articular Rotations (CARs) is such a vital activity for the creation and maintenance of joint health. Learn more - http://FunctionalAnatomySeminars.com