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A plan for flexibility

Updated: February 01, 2021

Flexibility helps you stay active and injury-free — and you don't need to do much to see and feel the benefits.

c2c2b90f-408b-47ee-84f7-41ccf0ed3b0fFlexibility is like the famous joke about the weather often attributed to Mark Twain: "Everyone talks about it, but no one ever does anything about it."

People understand the importance of good flexibility as they age. Flexibility keeps them active and helps them safely perform everyday movements.

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