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Frank Wildman

How to Develop a Body of Qualities

Frank Wildman, GCFT, Ph.D. | Posted 04.21.2014 | Healthy Living
Frank Wildman, GCFT, Ph.D.

If we can improve the quality of our movements, we can better preserve our bodies and continue to do the things we enjoy for a much longer time.

This Could Be The Source Of Your Chronic Pain And Stress

Frank Wildman, GCFT, Ph.D. | Posted 10.24.2013 | Fifty
Frank Wildman, GCFT, Ph.D.

Our bodies have an inborn reflex that organizes all our bodily stress. It's called the startle reflex. Everyone experiences it. You've probably observed it in others. You step off a curb that's unexpectedly high and feel yourself beginning to fall. A car zooms by too close to you. Your child suddenly screams at a high pitch. In each of these cases, you will experience the startle reflex.

This Will Make You Want To REALLY Practice Good Posture

Frank Wildman, GCFT, Ph.D. | Posted 06.30.2013 | Fifty
Frank Wildman, GCFT, Ph.D.

To me, the visible signs of aging -- stiffness of movement or a slouched posture, for example -- are evidence that we are drying up -- our joint capsules are drier, the connective tissue throughout our bodies becomes drier.

Habits That Make You Look Old -- And How To Break Them

Frank Wildman, GCFT, Ph.D. | Posted 06.10.2013 | Fifty
Frank Wildman, GCFT, Ph.D.

As we age, we change how we move. Our mobility is the strongest indicator of our real age. A recent study correlated one's ability to sit and rise from the floor to mortality so it is important to maintain our mobility and ease of movement.