One of the most common pain concerns I get asked about is back pain. It is usually caused by a number of things such as sitting a lot, not exercising, no core strength, poor posture, and very occasionally because of a sudden traumatic injury. Flexibility training can go a long way to help you to cure that back pain, especially within a strength and conditioning program. Flexibility training is a fundamental part of any successful training program because is improves range of motion, which helps to improve the ability to perform different athletic movements within sports or a gym better and more safely. Not only this, improving flexibility lowers your risk for injury in general by decreasing the tension around your joints. While everyone should be doing some kind of exercise training to develop strength in their muscles, flexibility training will help them to prevent stiffness. Many injuries happen because people are so tight that something gets caught or pinched or pulled out of place. Then much activity has to be stopped until the injury heals. Individuals and coaches should plan in flexibility training into every workout to help to prevent or decrease the risk of injury.
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