How important is flexibility in posture and sports?
flexibility in posture for sports is VERY VERY important. excpesialy when you are in gymnastics because to do all those flips and stuff you have to have good posture and a lot of flexibility. flexibility is also need for other sports such as soccer, cheer, football, softball, baseball, and basketball
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What is the importance of a mission statement in relation to the strategic posture of an organisation?
The mission statement is supported by the strategy. The strategy ofthe organization leads to objectives that managers use to competewithin the industry.
Poor posture puts stress on back and neck muscles, and stresses the spine - when the spine is twisted, it affects the nervous system, and stiff muscles can be painful.
yes it is if you didn't have it you wouldn't be able to bend your knees, elbows, or your knuckles
Flexible working hours make the workplace and morale better. Itbuilds loyalty for the company or organization and helps employeeretention.
Posture is important as it helps to reflect the character.E.g a nosey character would have a crooked back and would walk head first
flexibility is importent because it helps you from having joints or from not being able to work out when your older. flexibility must be done by everyone
Flexibility is the key to scientific research. At times researchdoes not go as planned and one has to be able to continue to makeprogress, even when things change. One must be able to considerother opinions.
Because it can reduce the risk of developing back, neck and shoulder problems later in life.Another thing, Posture is important because it shows how much self-confidence you have as a person.
Ant physical sport takes at least a little flexibility. For example a firstbaseman in base man need to strech out to get the baseball.
Aside from feeling better overall, if you have any musculo-skeletal problems ( like back or neck problems) it can help alleviate the possibility of aggravating or reinjuring something. It also lets your body pump blood better to the muscles and nerves, and by being loose overall, you stand a better …chance of not being injured if you play sports or are doing something physical. Stretching should be at a minimum 30-60 minutes if you really want to get any benefit out of it. When I was still teaching Karate before my back became too bad, I used to stretch my classes for a minum of 30-45 minutes, and it really showed in their performance and lack of injuries that can happen when you don't stretch (sprains, torn ligaments, muscles, etc.). If you've never stretched using a good routine for a good amount of time, it might take a couple of weeks of being stiff and sore until you start noticing how much better you feel. But you WILL feel better, believe me. There's a good book on stretching by a French-Canadian Martial Arts Master named Jean Frenette.. Another good one is by Bill "Superfoot" Wallace (so called because he has a mean roundhouse kick, and he retired undefeated as the PKA middleweight champion. His kick has been clocked (no pun intended) at 60mph. (MORE)
Any martial arts require a good posture to do. Equestrian also requires a good posture. also dance, gymnastics, ice skating, fencing....
Most sports require flexibility. In baseball, the pitcher needs to have a flexible shoulder in order to pitch without injuring himself. One also needs flexibility for ice skating, gymnastics and dance.
\nIt is important to be flexible so it is easier to tumble and for flyers so they can pull there stretches. Also it helps alot with jumps and it makes it alot harder to get hurt when your mussels and joints can move freely.
\nThere are many different sports that may improve your posture.\n. \nExamples include Yoga, many martial arts such as Karate or Kung Fu, or an outside activity involving much standing running around! \n. \nAnything that tests your balance or muscular groups will somewhat improve your posture as i…t will make you more aware of your centre of balance. (MORE)
Because flexibility exercises and stretching into your workout routines helps to get you off the bench and back in the game as quickly as possible.
Flexibilty help a LOT in all sports, but sports that require the highest levels of flexibility would probably be Gymnastics and martial arts.
Good posture is important to your singing because it lets your diaphragm expand. If you are all slumped in a chair, your diaphragm can't enlarge so you barely get air and you are not as strong. Meanwhile, if you are sitting up straight, feet on the floor, hands at your side, you will be the stronges…t singer compared to people who slump. It is good to be able to breath and be strong. (MORE)
However, in everything we do, it is important for us to stay flexible. Be it work, business, relationship, etc. Things don't always go as plannedâ¦â¦and when there's a change in the things we do, we need to learn to adaptâ¦to be flexible
so you can bend your bend your body easily and their will be less chance pulling muscles
Because you are less likely to get injured if you are flexible because the tendons are more elastic.
Not all would agree that it should be. There are two main schools of thought: A living Constitution: The Constitution is organic, and must be interpreted to fit the needs of each new generation, so that we are not locked into the past. It must evolve to meet our changing needs. Literal R…eading: To "interpret" the Constitution makes us not a nation of laws, but of men, as it will then be men who "interpret" it. It makes the Constitution a set of "guidelines" which may be departed from at will. (MORE)
it is important because to be able to be flexible it means that you can be bendy and stretch easily than before giving you an advantage, and its also good becase when you become older, you bcome stiff, so if your bendy now, being older will be less of a challenge
Gymnastics is one of the main sports that uses flexibility.. Also Yoga i might add
Dance, cheerleading, and gymnastics are all sports that focus heavily on flexibility, but all sports require flexibility to a degree. It helps you stay limber, which helps you keep moving and in shape, which is important to sports.
It is important because u need it's to do it and strength but so it's important because they use it gymnastics is about flexibility just practice splits cartwheel handstand ect.
Flexibility in the Constitution is important because new situationsarise continually due to progress. These cases go in front of theSupreme Court. The principles of the Constitution are alwaysupheld.
Flexibility isn't really important in netball, I'm just about as flexible as a tree :P and I play well. Although flexibility could come in handy when it come to rolling you ankles etc. MAKE IT SHINE :D
It is very important to have a good posture... If not, your bones and your muscles will be stucked forever and it will be permanent. So, meaning, having a good posture.
U have to be flexible with any ATHLETIC sport because it requiresathleticism. I mean it doesn't really require it but if u want tobe good at what u do then I recommend that.
gymnastics, figure skating.. that's all i know.. ...so you are thick and know nothing.ALL sports require flexibility.
Flexibility is important to a hockey stick as it provides an extra flick to the puck when taking a slap shot or snap shot which further provides more speed.
Because if you do not sit properly and you are working at a computer for an extended period of time, you will become tense and your back/shoulders/arms will begin to hurt.
It affects sport performance because then you can make faster and cleaner movements using your muscles and you can move in different directions quicker.This would help with sports like cheer leading and dance because you need to keep up with the routine and make it look good.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but what i know is that flexibility gives you a boost in whatever sport. Like for instant, karate, you would be able to learn faster with the flexibility even with high powerful kicks. It's a little hard to explain because I'm only 13.
The body of a player is moved in to a range of positions when tackled or involved in rucks and mauls. This requires the body to be able to move in to a range of positions to stop damage.
All sports in some way needs flexibility....... The amount it needs may vary.. But there is no sports without flexibility...
It's not that important, but it can help. Try touching your toes, with your knees slightly bent or a forward roll that's what you do in swimming. It's more balance, strength, stamina and body control
Flexibility is important in the martial arts because it improves your range of movement, which helps for even the most basic of things, such as stances and various strikes. Also, stretching your muscles makes them stronger by gradually tearing and healing/rebuilding them. It depends on the style …of martial art you intend to perform. Most martial arts requires flexibility . Martial arts like mizongyi requires extreme flexibility and some lime muoy thai and taekwondo only requires a certain extend of flexibility (especially at the legs) but you would gain advantage the more flexible you are. (MORE)
It is important to assume proper posture while still young because once we become accustomed to it, we would not feel any pain when we grow up. At our old ages, we would have a less chance of getting Osteoporosis. Young as we are, we need to practice these habits so that it would not be hard f…or us to adjust our imperfections. (MORE)
Yes it is. Its important not only for looking confident, but alsoto make your body function properly. Poor posture can lead toseveral sorts of pain and also make you look scrawny.
because of leap passes and to have proper body movement, for example a switch leap is required to be 180 degrees open, and even for bars a cast straddle up requires flexibility ext...
Bea cause you need to be flexibly top reach the shot even if its high up
It is VERY important. If you slouch while playing, your back will hurt and later in your life it, it'll become a very serious issue. Also, it doesn't help your sound. You actually sound louder with better posture because your violin can project easier and the bow will naturally gravitate towards the… bridge. (MORE)
To prevent or reduce injury, pain, and other health problems. Years of slumping can lead to lower back pain.
Posture is important in ballet because that is what makes you look graceful and strong. A slouched or over arched back will offset the rest of you moves and you will not appear very pretty. Your posture is also what holds all your moves together.
Whenever you're talking with someone and you want to show that you agree with him or that you at least can respect (/ relate to) what he /she is saying. You usually come a long way with simply repeating what you think they said (when it's important, that is, not with small talk mostly) and just main…taining normal eye contact, though. (MORE)
If your posture while using a computer is incorrect, it can cause pain and stiffness in areas like the neck, shoulders, arms, and back due to those areas trying to adapt to the bad posture. Over time, bad posture can lead to chronic pain or abnormalaties such as spinal disc degeneration, bursitis, h…eadaches, and carpal tunnel syndrome. (MORE)
gymnastics. oh how i hate gymnastics even though gymnastics isn't excatly a sport , but i don't actually think there is a sport which focuses on flexibility.
With flexibility, the ability to do a variety actions is permitted. For example, football players must be flexible because when they are hit, the impact with contort the body in unnatural positions. Flexibility allows the player to withstand these hits..
Because if our skin wasn't flexible then it would crack an wewouldn't be able to move .