When you are born you’re practically as flexible as a boneless children’s toy. Throughout the teenagers and mid-20s you still consider yourself indestructible and there’s nothing that you can do that really bothers you, although you might gain some weight but realistically everything else never crosses your mind. Slowly in your 30s you begin to realise that you don’t recover as fast, you get injured faster, you need longer to recover and you tend to feel stiffer than you can ever remember.

“Range of motion is the capability of a joint to go through its complete spectrum of movements.”


Alexis Wilson

I have an avid interest in all things human body and as such help people lose weight. Other interests include language learning and the science behind longevity

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