ViPR Blog

loadedmovement | 4 June 2015

Spotlight on a trainer: Rui Abrantes

Rui Abrantes is a human movement specialist. He is fascinated by the efficiency of the human body, leading with gravity and ground reaction force (GRF).

loadedmovement | 4 June 2015

How yoga and ViPR can keep you out of trouble: Part 3

In the third part of this series on ViPR and yoga, Pontus Wärnestål looks at loaded transitional movement ...

Loaded Movement Training | 28 May 2015

A rationale for incorporating ViPR into performance-based training methods such as CrossFit

Steve Rast explores how to successfully incorporate ViPR into performance based training methods, such as CrossFit.

loadedmovement | 7 May 2015

How yoga and ViPR can keep you out of trouble: Part 2

What is the connection between hydration, connective tissue, and mobility movement? Pontus Wärnestål shares key yoga poses and demonstrates how ViPR can be used as a support tool…

loadedmovement | 7 May 2015

Get set for summer with Loaded Movement Training

Director Jane Waller shares her round up of the latest ViPR industry news.

loadedmovement | 17 April 2015

A modern approach to ‘stretching’ the pregnant client – loaded movement mobility drills

Jenny Burrell, head of Burrell Education,

loadedmovement | 10 April 2015

How yoga and ViPR can keep you out of trouble: Part 1

Pontus Wärnestål explores how you can incorporate ViPR into your regular yoga sessions and explains why ViPR is such an asset to your mind and body workout.

loadedmovement | 8 April 2015

Program design made simple when using ViPR

Valorie Ness-Sonnemaker and Bill Sonnemaker MS look at how to program simply using ViPR.

loadedmovement | 25 March 2015

Spotlight on a trainer: Jan Hutnan

Jan uses ViPR to significantly influence the ageing process, athletic performance, strength and reconditioning of his clients. He believes we must integrate the body’s components as one unit for effective real-life movement.

loadedmovement | 19 March 2015

Playing games with ViPR – Part 3

In part two of this series, ViPR global master coach John Sinclair discussed why play is so important for us and how, regardless of our age, gender or activity level, we all need to add play into our lives. In the final installment, he shares his favorite form of play, which you can incorporate into your training immediately with ViPR.