working the muscle to make it firmer, with an increased ability to protect a joint during the micro-trauma of life.
working the muscle to endure daily repetitive tasks without fatigue or risk of damage to a joint.
the sense of awareness of a joint or position of the body in space in relation to other parts of the body; allows for spontaneous yet specifically-directed, voluntary motion
a motion activity that lengthens the muscle and tendon and increases pliability; increases resistance to traumatic failure
Increasing the quality of muscle fibers so they can create more force
The ability to maintain similar muscle work over a period of time; appropriate conditioning leads to better endurance
The ability for the muscles, tendons and ligaments to lengthen without reaching the point of tearing or becoming overstretched