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What’s the difference between exercise and training?
Exercise makes you sweaty and sore, but with no goals and objectives, which means you may not see results.
Training makes you sweaty and sore (sometimes) and has defined goals and objectives that are measurable over time.
What is there to know about Strength, Mobility, and Balance?
Strength, mobility and balance are not independent of one another. Each complements the other and all are achieved through consistent, dedicated, purpose driven training.
Strength: Can you move a fairly heavy object from point A to point B without risk of injury? If you fall, can you get back up? Both are examples of strength and both are critical throughout life, especially as people age. Strength empowers people to live independent, high quality lives.
Mobility: Can you move your joints through their full range of motion, or do you experience sticking points in your back, shoulders, hips or knees? Full use of your joints allows for continued enjoyment of hobbies, increasing quality of life.
Balance: Agility is most important in navigating obstacles, avoiding a fall and catching yourself when you stumble. Balance (and agility) in these situations helps prevent sprains, strains and breaks.