Module 5: Shoulder Mobility
Teacher: Conrado Enrique
Improving shoulder mobility to facilitate movement must be a priority. Improved shoulder mobility = more effective and efficient movement patterns. Shoulder mobility will also affect your joints and muscle health in everyday life, allowing your body to move and function as it should, with reduced risk of injury and pain.
Both flexibility and mobility play a part in the effective movement of the shoulders, although there is a distinct difference between "shoulder flexibility" and "shoulder mobility".
"Shoulder flexibility" refers to the ability of the soft tissue muscles to stretch or temporarily elongate.
"Shoulder mobility", on the other hand, is the ability for the shoulders to move through a range of motion with control before being restricted. This includes having the required strength, coordination, and body awareness along with flexibility.
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