ViPR Blog

General, Loaded Movement Training, loadedmovement | 16 August 2017

ViPR and Chain Reaction

On 9 and 10 September, the leading authority in the world of functional human movement, science and application – Gray Institute® – will be coming to town. Teaming up with FitPro, Gray Institute will bring its world-renowned Chain Reaction® seminar to the good folks of London.

General, Loaded Movement Training, loadedmovement | 16 August 2017

Keeping fundamental with Loaded Movement Training

Too often in our industry the fundamentals are pushed to the side. This is due to a focus on intensity for greater work capacity as we seek the most aggressive progressions for achieving quick results. Although intensity is needed and increases in work capacity lead to enhancing fitness levels, it can also lead to detrimental effects if not integrated into training programs as a component of overall enhancement. This approach creates depth within our training programs, leading to not only greater work capacities, but also fundamental ‘gains’ for the movement ability of the body, no matter what the fitness goal may be.

General, Loaded Movement Training, loadedmovement | 16 August 2017

ViPR’s new education journey!

ViPR™ has developed brand new functional training education to bring it in line with what PTs and health professionals are looking for in 2017. The education is shorter in duration to accommodate the need for condensed, impactful learning, it’s cost effective, and it’s also highly practical, allowing trainers to apply the knowledge immediately. The new education is based on the Loaded Movement Training (LMT) concept where ViPR sits as a global authority.

General, Loaded Movement Training, loadedmovement | 25 January 2017

Knowledge is power: New ViPR Training, LMT-1

As the global authority on loaded movement training, ViPR supports an international community of coaches, trainers and therapists who share our passion for human movement performance.

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.