Most people think that mobility and flexibility are one and the same, when in fact these are two very different concepts. Flexibility is defined as "the ability of muscle or muscle groups to extend passively through range of motion", while mobility is "the ability of the joint to move actively through a range of motion. Many additional structures determine how good a person's mobility is. Not only do the muscles stretch on the joint, but also how far the joint in the joint capsule moves. Mobility also takes into account the component of motor control in the nervous system. The importance of mobility cannot be underestimated. Good mobility can make a big difference in all areas of your life, whether you are a high-performance athlete or an office employee.
The posture will improve with mobility training. This is because your body will be able to position itself better by reducing the tension on the spine.
Sports injuries and common problems such as knee pain are less likely to occur when your mobility is good.
General pain can also be alleviated with good mobility.
By improving your mobility you can enjoy many positives such as:
Mobility training is suitable for both beginners and advanced. The mobility program will take into account the individual needs of each participant to achieve the optimal effect. All aspects such as age, current level of training, condition, etc. will be taken into account. The degree of difficulty will be dosed individually.