Your body is dynamic, and it's designed to move. Here are a couple things to know about balancing strength, posture, and flexibility!
Bottom Line:
Both strength and flexibility play a significant role in how your posture develops. To be adaptable to any environment, you need to have a strong and flexible core. The spine is not only supported but also moves well, reducing the possibility of injury or pain.
Why it Matters:
Your body is dynamic, and is meant to move. Over time though, you may feel like yoru body moves less dynamic than it used to! A wellness routine that works on strength and flexibility is a smart way to keep your body feeling young. A true win-win. Here’s why. Strength exercises can build support for your joints. Flexibility exercises make sure you can move through your full range of motion.
Did you know…
  • When you focus on increasing muscular flexibility, your posture can be more relaxed.
  • Strength exercises builds your muscles so you can move more to prevent low back pain.
  • Stretching your muscles and joints can grow your range of motion. It can also improved balance, and increase flexibility.
Next Steps:
Remember, postural stress can add up over time. Even if you are not in any pain, it does not mean that you are your most effectiveness. Our team specializes in providing a complete and individualized care plan that will get you where you want to go!
Schedule an appointment today if you'd like to learn more about how we can help you!
Byron  Lam

Byron Lam

Chiropractor, CCSP®, FR® Spine

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