Health Tip: Don't Skip Flexibility Exercises

They're important for mind and body

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(HealthDay News) -- A flexibility exercise, such as stretching, is designed to increase the tone and flexibility of a certain muscle.

The American Council on Exercise says potential benefits include:

  • Better freedom of movement.
  • Relaxation of tense or sore muscles.
  • Lower risk of injury.


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