Understanding correct exercise techniques

Doing exercise correctly maintaining the right body posture assists in long term damage control.

Strength, stability, and flexibility

Strength, stability, and flexibility are intertwined; no person can excel at one without the other.

Greater stability and flexibility, ensure that you maintain proper exercise techniques and reach your full range of motion in order for target muscles to get stronger. With stronger muscles, you can perform more complex movements and build even more strength.

Strength training works to improve power and stability to lower the risk of injury and enhance performance. Stabilizing muscles are situated around joints and contract at a moment’s notice to support the joint when it is in an extreme position. While strength maximizes power output, stability allows you to perform complex movements that require coordination, balance, and technical skill.

Flexibility enables you to create more force when muscles contract and move. By increasing the range of movement, vital energy is saved, technique improves, and you are able to compete at peak performance. It also prevents injury, which is very common among people with poor flexibility.

Training programs should focus on strength training, stability, flexibility, and mobility exercises with the understanding that they all build upon each other. Having the correct posture helps you prevent injury or stress on your body.