Imagine I haven't moved much in recent years (couch potato, or injury...) Assume no other problems.

Then I do exercise/stretching/physical therapy for a few months, and my range of motion in, say, the hips, (or some other joint) increases.

If a surgeon (with a microscope if needed) were to look inside me before and after, and compare, what would they see that is different?

  • Based on personal experience and guesswork, I would say that one of the things that changes is the coefficients in the cerebellum. Commented Jun 8, 2016 at 0:24


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