ViPR Blog

Community stories, Loaded Movement Training | 8 December 2016

Amy’s story: part 2 – the importance of moving with load from a young age

Function at a young age is often unquestioned. Kids run, play and laugh … right? We don't need to intervene to help promote healthy movement, they can do it on their own.

Community stories, Loaded Movement Training | 17 November 2016

ViPR Global Ambassador, Amy’s Story: ViPR, My Kids and The New 2kg ViPR

What if we could combine that creativity into a structured activity? What if there was a tool that would both challenge kids and help them successfully improve their function? I found that in ViPR

General | 30 September 2016

ViPR development updates

An overview of the updates coming to ViPR

loadedmovement | 19 July 2016

Getting your mojo going!

John Sinclair, ViPR global educator, programming officer for the Institute of Motion and founder of Authentic Health Coaching, gets to grips with momentum.

loadedmovement | 17 June 2016

Training for a lifetime

Why do we exercise? We all have a different answer to this question, says Jan Hutnan.

loadedmovement | 16 June 2016

Spotlight on Steve Tongue

This month, we place the spotlight on UK national trainer Steve Tongue. Steve takes his turn in the Q&A corner and shares some great ideas on how to get new clients involved with ViPR. Watch his ViPR moves in action.

loadedmovement | 15 March 2016

Why utilizing ViPR can make you a better coach

Outside of athletic endeavors, people will work with a coach (or trainer, or whatever title you use) for any number of reasons, all of which boil down to one thing: you bring value to their lives. Steve Rast explains more