ViPR Blog

General | 29 June 2022

Training the Spiral Line

Steve Tongue looks at how to stimulate, stretch, balance and strengthen the Spiral Line with a few of our favourite fitness tools and some takeaway drills you can apply today.

General | 28 June 2022

The adaptive nervous system: Exercise enrichment for cognitive resilience

This article from Exercise Physiologist, Marcelle Malan, explores the concept of ‘environmental enrichment’ and in her videos she demonstrates how ViPR is one of the best go-to tools to enhance movement for physical and cognitive resilience.

Community stories, Loaded Movement Training | 5 May 2022

The 4Q model and how to apply it to fitness performance training

Using the 4Q model to plan someone’s short- or long-term periodisation or design a well-blended single session will bulletproof your client’s longevity and fuel long-term progressions, says Aaron Barnett

Community stories, General | 5 May 2022

ViPR top 10 for beginners

You’ve seen the scenario before: a curious member picks up ViPR from the corner of the room, swings it around and quickly works out how to use it as a barbell, doing squats, bicep curls and overhead presses. If nobody intervenes at that point, it's usually returned to its corner and left lonely and unloved. ViPR deserves so much more than that.

Community stories, Loaded Movement Training | 27 January 2022

JP's Top ViPR Drills

In this series of videos ViPR extraordinaire John Polley shares with us some of his favourite drills and discusses how they benefit him and his clients on a physical, mental and emotional level.

Loaded Movement Training | 26 January 2022

Training and movement in real life

Can we improve our training to prevent injury in life and sport? How can we make our body stronger and our tissues more resilient to the stress they succumb?

Loaded Movement Training | 5 October 2021

Gainz in all planes!

In the last 60 years, the validation of certain traditional training principles and techniques in the pursuit of muscular hypertrophy has governed the way most people train to this day in gyms.