Moving Effectively - Being able to complete the task you are attempting to achieve.
Moving Efficiently - Complete the task in as little time as possible with minimal energy.
Moving with balance & stability - Being able to control one body part and move another independently is key to preventing compensatory movements.
Move with minimal compensation - If you move with optimal strength, flexibility, posture and endurance you will minimize the need to compensate for your deficiencies.
Moving with coordinated alignment - Alignment of individual joints is key for optimal muscle function.
Have multiple ways to MOVE - The more movement options you have the more you can adapt to your environment and more likely you will be effective at achieving a functional task.
Move your joints with the flexibility you require for life - Have the joint range of motion that is required for the functional tasks you do on a daily basis.