Resistance Flexibility™ and 16 Genetic Personality Type™ Research
Thousands of individuals worldwide have experienced the benefits of Resistance Flexibility™ training and the 16 Genetic Personality Type™ (GPT) psychological system. These technologies are on the leading edge of natural healing and personal development, and scientific research at The Genius of Flexibility is designed for end users. Studies are conducted at The Genius of Flexibility Center in Boston, MA and at leading hospitals, clinics, and laboratories worldwide. Our growing team of research collaborators and scientific advisors includes top medical and engineering professionals at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the Washington Psychiatric Society.
Our current research can quantify the ability of Resistance Flexibility™ to: increase flexibility and range of motion, cause permanent and cumulative fascial changes, eliminate low back pain, improve athletic performance, increase vocal range, allow participants to look and feel younger, and increase attractiveness by morphing the tissues of the face. Genetic and physiological research is also in progress to identify the 16 GPT™ and to quantify psychological health improvements associated with knowing your GPT™.
Presentation of Resistance Flexibility™ Data at the 2012 International Fascia Research Congress
Nick Ware, Director of Research, will present findings at the 2012 International Fascia Research Congress in Vancouver, Canada that demonstrate the ability of Resistance Flexibility™ training to increase flexibility and range of motion ten times faster than any modality previously evaluated in the scientific and medical literature. This study, titled 'Does Resistance Flexibility™ result in rapid hamstring length increases and accelerated range of motion increases because of fascial changes?' is the first in a series of trials in progress at The Genius of Flexibility Center in Boston, MA.
Quantifying the Functional Benefits of Resistance Flexibility™
Other current clinical studies are designed to quantify the ability of Resistance Flexibility™ to: dramatically increase muscle strength and flexibility in athletes, eliminate low back pain (LBP) in a group of participants that have unsuccessfully attempted LBP relief using a variety of standard methods (physical therapy, surgery, prescription medication, yoga, and/or standard stretching), reduce injury in athletes of all ages, accelerate the rate of DNA telomere lengthening (a measure of youthification), and cause significant fascial and scar tissue changes at sites of injury (as measured by advanced ultrasound). Additionally, in cooperation with Dr. Jean- Claude Guimberteau, for the first time in history, endoscopic filming of the effects of Resistance Flexibility™ on fascia entrapment is being performed.
Resistance Flexibility™ Software and Equipment
The Quantifying Human Range of Motion™ (QHROM) hardware and software system is designed to objectively measure flexibility. QHROM™ graphically displays, records, and analyzes an individual's bone rotational interrelationships that are concomitant with Resistance Flexibility™ 16 kinematic pattern technology.
Vintage photo from the 90s of Bob Cooley
exploring potential QHROM system.
Within fifteen minutes, a computer can display and print complete QHROM™ analysis of a person's true flexibility for all major joints of the body. The individual's flexibility results are presented both numerically and pictorially, and compared to averages, norms, and optimal levels of flexibility. QHROM™ features a truly interactive interface that allows users to track their flexibility and biomechanical changes over time.
Our forthcoming hamstring flexibility machine will offer physical therapy centers, health clubs, and home users the first piece of equipment in history designed to improve hamstring flexibility and strength by targeting the fascia. We expect this machine, featuring Resistance Flexibility™ patented design technologies, to help millions of individuals eliminate low back and knee pain and allow amateur and professional athletes to increase hamstring strength, acceleration of contraction, and flexibility.
16 Genetic Personality Type™ Research and Mobile Application
Current Genetic Personality Type ™ research includes the identification of the types on the genome, using advanced genome wide association study (GWAS) technology, and the physical identification of the types using facial and voice recognition software. A cross-platform web and mobile app will allow individuals to submit video of themselves and others to The Genius of Flexibility for identification of their type. Substantial information about the individual's type, relationships with other types, defense mechanisms, and recommendations for development will be provided.