Improving Your Muscle Mobility and Flexibility

We all know that as we age, we lose elasticity in our bodies and we are not as flexible as we once were when we were 10-years old. This is why it is important for us to do stretches as we age to improve and increase our muscle mobility and flexibility.

If you have ever felt tension in your muscles then that means you need to stretch them out. Watch the video above for a few quick workouts on how you can do this.

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  • Tatianna Kanyiki

    Tatianna Kanyiki is currently 21 years old. She has been fit for as long as she could remember. Her parents put her in gymnastics at the age of 6 where she enjoyed the sport up until 7th grade. From Gymnastics she found a passion in running track and stuck with it until her freshman year of college. She was on the varsity track team at College Park High school where enjoyed triple jump, relays & hurdles. She did hurdles at Eastern university for a year. She continued running for Personal Best Track club as well as Team Green Running throughout the summers. She had a great opportunity to compete in the 2015 Junior Olympics held in St. Louis. Between All the medals gained, races she overcame & workouts she endured, Track allowed the art of fitness to become more passionate to her. Apart from all the tips & drills she learned from her athletic experience, she also gained knowledge from her classes as a Biochemistry major. Understanding the science behind the human body gives her that logistical support in her journey towards making efficient workouts and nutrition knowledge. Fitness made her happier; it motivated her to spread this to people around her & to her family. After watching tremendous weight loss from her parents she felt led to provide her assistance on a broader platform to anyone else in need. She strives to motivate people to overcome their adversaries & to embrace their strength.

Tatianna Kanyiki

Tatianna Kanyiki is currently 21 years old. She has been fit for as long as she could remember. Her parents put her in gymnastics at the age of 6 where she enjoyed the sport up until 7th grade. From Gymnastics she found a passion in running track and stuck with it until her freshman year of college. She was on the varsity track team at College Park High school where enjoyed triple jump, relays & hurdles. She did hurdles at Eastern university for a year. She continued running for Personal Best Track club as well as Team Green Running throughout the summers. She had a great opportunity to compete in the 2015 Junior Olympics held in St. Louis. Between All the medals gained, races she overcame & workouts she endured, Track allowed the art of fitness to become more passionate to her. Apart from all the tips & drills she learned from her athletic experience, she also gained knowledge from her classes as a Biochemistry major. Understanding the science behind the human body gives her that logistical support in her journey towards making efficient workouts and nutrition knowledge. Fitness made her happier; it motivated her to spread this to people around her & to her family. After watching tremendous weight loss from her parents she felt led to provide her assistance on a broader platform to anyone else in need. She strives to motivate people to overcome their adversaries & to embrace their strength.

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