Resistance Flexibility Training Increases Range of Motion

Director of Research at the Genius of Flexibility Center, in Boston, Massachusetts, Nick Ware presented research that demonstrates the ability of Resistance Flexibility training to increase flexibility and range of motion ten times faster than any other modality. This test was the first in a series of trials in progress at the center.

Other clinical studies currently underway are attempting to quantify the ability of Resistance Flexibility to dramatically increase muscle strength and flexibility in athletes, eliminate low back pain (LPB) in a group of participants that have unsuccessfully attempted to use a variety of methods to reduce LBP, reduce injury in athletes of all ages, accelerate the rate of DNA telomere lengthening (a measure of longevity) and cause significant fascial and scar tissue changes at injury sites.

In addition, the center is using endoscopic filming to study the effects of Resistance Flexibility on fascia entrapment in cooperation with Dr. Jean-Claude Guiberteau.

For more information, visit TheGeniusOfFlexibility.com/research.

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