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No matter your exercise goals, flexibility is king. Flexibility allows you to improve your range of movement, prevent injury, and achieve your unique goals.

However, this is much more than just ‘limbering up’ before exercise.

It includes a range of exercises such as static, ballistic, dynamic, active, and passive stretching alongside many more. These can be conducted in isolation or with an exercise partner.

But they can be difficult to implement.

The regimen you select can be influence by the nature of your joints, the degree of internal resistance from past injuries, the physical limits of your current body shape, or a number of other external factors dependent on your space, or current access to training support.

Creating a dedicated flexibility programme can help you overcome these obstacles - allowing you to add value to your current program, tackle issues, or pursue flexibility as a goal in itself.