​3 Reasons You Need To Get Flexible

16/06/2017

As I’ve become more experienced in training I have learned the true value of being flexible. This is something I work on more than ever today, as a means to keep going and enhance my results. There are many reasons why getting flexible is imperative, 3 of which I’ve shared below.

Range Of Motion

Sustaining your range of motion or improving it if necessary will allow for improved hypertrophy. To work any muscle adequately for growth there must be sufficient load on the muscle through a significant enough range of motion, which is why increasing the flexibility around a joint is important.

Strength

Improving flexibility can be a direct benefit to strength, partially for the same reasons as given above. With more flexibility the elasticity of the muscle increases which can help with resisting a weight across a wider range of motion without such risk. Some of the strongest and most flexible people on the planet are gymnasts; the proof is always in the results!

Joint Integrity

Even the most hardcore athletes understand that one of the best ways to preserve longevity is to get flexible and stay that way. Injuries often occur and thrive when there are significant imbalances between muscles and poor mobility available at any given joint. Have you ever had a painful shoulder or knee issues? It is likely that simply working on anterior shoulder flexibility and hip mobility could fix lots of these problems! 

My workout tips are very popular within my daily newsletter (sign up HERE) so I’ve collated together some more tricks to make your back grow. There’s a 3 step process which I encourage you to start using for the next 4 weeks to put this to the test. Just don’t forget to “bring it” to the gym and turn up the intensity because your workouts don’t mean s*** without enough intensity plugged in!

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