limber

bending readily; flexible; pliant; showing freedom and ease of bodily movement; acting or moving with easy alacrity (Webster’s New Universal Unabridged Dictionary)

agile, balanced, elastic, flexible, graceful, lissome, lithe, lively, nimble, pliable, spry, supple

There’s a French proverb that sums up the ageless quality of limber–“Better to bend than break.” Being limber allows you to move and bend without having to snap, crackle and pop. You gain a wider view over your shoulders and a bigger bounce in your steps. Even if you missed out on the “Gumby” gene, the good news is you’re never too old to become more limber. Better to start bending now.

About Annette Cain

Annette Cain is an award-winning author, endurance athlete and certified personal trainer.

Known as the Longevity Lady™ Annette helps baby boomers age stronger so their bodies can keep up with their lives. Her ageless lifestyle products and programs provide an easy and balanced approach to becoming lean & limber and living younger longer.

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