Improve Flexibility - One Key Component Of Joint Mobility
Mobility is sometimes confused with flexibility. Mobility is defined as the ability of the joints to move freely, which means the joints move optimally without dysfunction.
Flexibility is increasing the length of the muscles and flexibility of joints in passive range, which in the context of Gymnastic Fitness is inadequate to learn advanced gymnastic skills.
In Mobility Prehab classes, we address the mobility of each joint - the 3 key components of Control, Flexibility and Strength.
In the regular group classes, most movements require multiple joints, and as each class has its' objectives of letting members practice the movements, there is insufficient time to delve into each joint mobility.
The Mobility Prehab class is thus constructed to complement the regular group classes, with time to equip members with knowledge of joint movements, understand their current limitations and how to address them.