ViPR Blog

Loaded Movement Training | 17 April 2014

Loaded Movement Training, Part 2

Performance coach John Sinclair looks at Loaded Movement Training and where it fits in your current clients’ and athletes’ programs.

Community stories | 27 March 2014

A new way of thinking

Jake Duhon explains how a personal journey awakened in him an understanding of Loaded Movement Training.

Loaded Movement Training | 13 March 2014

Loaded Movement Training, Part 1

Loaded Movement Training is defined as movement-based resistance training. It combines full-body, task-oriented movement patterns with load, as performance coach John Sinclair explains.

General | 26 February 2014

ViPR Movement Prep: Loaded Movement Training

Nick Luciano explains how incorporating ViPR into workout preparation can increase your activity and access a range of motion.

Loaded Movement Training | 12 February 2014

Implementing Loaded Movement Training

ViPR is designed for the whole body to give an alternative to traditional strength training, as well as working closely with it. Matt Truscott explains how to create ViPR supersets, staggered training and periodization with ViPR.

General | 4 February 2014

Fire-fighting fit

The French ViPR team took the fire fighters of Saint Denis in Paris and primed them for action with drills tailored to mimic the moves they need on the frontline, reports Fiona McAuslan.

General | 10 December 2013

Specificity is variability: Loaded Movement Training

Training athletes and exercisers for a specific outcome is an important concept but how well does it translate to real-life situations on and off the pitch? asks Derek Vanderbrink.

Community stories | 7 November 2013

ViPR can help independence of those with special needs

Fitness specialist Caitlin Deis describes how she a helped longtime resident at a center for special needs gain more mobility with ViPR.

Community stories | 11 October 2013

A family affair

ViPR pro trainer and movement specialist Priscilla Flynn shares how ViPR has become a part of her ever-growing fitness family.