Flexibility is the quality of what is flexible, a word that allows to designate ease of a person or thing to bend or yield flexibly, either physically or in the direction where it adapts to the circumstances and developments.
Muscular flexibility is the ability which the muscle is to stretch without suffering damage. This quantity is determined by the rank of movement of muscles that form a joint.
There are several exercises that help improve muscle flexibility. The most usual are part of the passive static method, which is to stretch slowly muscles maximum possible but without getting hurt or feel unpleasant feelings. These stretches can be done using other members of the body, a wizard or a device.
In carrying out these exercises at a certain frequency, the person will notice significant improvements to the level of its flexibility. However, it is recommended to consult a specialist before preparing a routine to avoid muscle injuries.
Labour flexibility, on the other hand, is a model of regulation of labour rights. This flexibility provides a model that reduces the obligations of the undertaking (to facilitate dismissals by reducing compensation, for example) under the pretext of promoting investment and activity on the labour market.
At the general level, the flexibility is associated with coping skills. For example: "I need an employee who is flexible, who can alternate between the team in the morning and the evening," "my daughter attends a University that requires a significant flexibility in schedules.