Some people are just naturally flexible, but as we start to get age, we start to lose that ability to flex. I know a neighbor in her 50’s that isn’t that flexible, and when I asked her about how she jumps down from her truck when she has something in the bed. She looked at me funny and said, “I’m too stiff to jump down. I never jump.”
Here’s my point. If you want to stay as flexible and as young feeling as you can at your age, you have to keep your spine adjusted and flexible. If you don’t, you’re going to get ARTHRITIS. When DEGENERATIVE ARTHRITIS sets in, you get stiff, really stiff, and you can’t move as fast as you used to. You’ll definitely ACT your age.
Age has something to do withhow fast you move, but very little, especially when you’re in your 50’s and 60’s. There are people right now that are moving like people half their age. How are they able to do that when some people can’t? Simple.
They keep their body &spine flexible…. and in good alignment. If the front end of your car is out of alignment, you don’t want to keep driving it without getting the front end aligned, do you? Of course not, and the same applies to your spine.
That’s the real secret to stay healthy and flexible.
Make sure you’re checked and aligned as often as I tell you that you need to be checked. Some people require more alignments than others. Not everyone is the same. Call the office and get your spine checked regularly. If you have friends, make sure they see this and they’re checked as well.