Defines the distance that someone can extend a body part without pain or discomfort!  The more body parts you use in making a conscious effort to extend your body will involve the shoulder blades, ribs cage, waist, pelvis, hips, etc.  The more fluid you make your movements the better and larger your range of motion can become!  Moving legs should involve the co-ordination of the lower part of your torso, especially the hips.    

The ability to move quickly with ease and grace!  Maintaining the ability to change direction or turn quickly.  Helpful in avoiding something coming in your direction at a moments notice.  

Movement that allow a person to change positions at will and from place to place easily and effortlessly.  Moving with ease grace and fluidness should be primary in all your movements.  

Balance points in the bottom of the feet and in the middle of the lower torso behind navel demonstrate keeping balanced when moving so you stay in control.  To gain control of balance in your upper and lower torso distribute weight evenly throughout the body..    

Making each movement effective and functional conserves energy, reducing stress and strain on the muscles, bones and joints.