[ fˈɔːwədmˈuːvɪŋ], [ fˈɔːwədmˈuːvɪŋ], [ f_ˈɔː_w_ə_d_m_ˈuː_v_ɪ_ŋ]
Semantically related words: forward thinking, forward movement, forward-looking, look ahead
Synonyms for Forward-moving:
How to use "Forward-moving" in context?
As we age, our bones gradually lose strength and mass. To compensate, our body starts to manufacture more connective tissue, which gives us the illusion of youth (or more accurately, the illusion of not having lost as much bone as we have).
But as we get older, this forward-moving process starts to stall, and our bones can start to lose calcium and density. That's where physical therapy comes in: by working on the soft tissues and muscles that attach to the bones, it can help encourage the forward-moving process and keep our bones healthy and strong.
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