Stretching, flexibility key for joint health

27th April, 2015 by

By caramie schnell

In kindergarten, you probably followed along with your teacher as they did a little “head, shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes” every morning as a way to get your bodies warmed up and ready to learn those ABCs and 123s. For most adults, this practice of daily stretching doesn’t continue past grade school, despite the fact that as we age, it becomes increasingly important to maintain our flexibility and keep our joints healthy.Kirsten Stuart, certified personal trainer at Dogma Athletica in Edwards, said even athletes and those with an active lifestyle sometimes don’t stretch as much as they need …

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