This one-day training course is suitable for personal trainers, gym instructors, physios or sports coaches and gives attendees an introduction on how to successfully implement ViPR with your clients/athletes.
Topics covered on the day include:
• ViPR fundamental principles
• 6 steps to choosing an appropriate exercise
• ViPR coaching model and coaching cues
• ViPR fundamental principles
• Fundamental ViPR exercises with progression/regression
• ViPR program design and implementation
What is ViPR?
Vitality. Performance. Reconditioning
ViPR bridges the gap between movement and strength training. It combines full-body movement with load, enhancing the vitality, performance and reconditioning goals of clients and athletes. ViPR introduces a new concept in fitness and sports conditioning – Loaded Movement Training.
Loaded Movement Training combines task-oriented movement patterning with resistance training. Agility and strength come from moving the body in a multitude of purposeful tasks with load, just like back on the farm.
ViPR was inspired by farm kids who moved with load in daily life and who were stronger than any other competitors in sport. With ViPR, we can produce farm-strengthened bodies anywhere, without ever setting foot on a farm, without doing a single chore, in a fun, safe and effective way.
As ViPR creator Michol Dalcourt explains, the science of movement supports integrating Loaded Movement Training using ViPR into current training protocols for all fitness goals.
By studying the body and its adaptations, we know that Loaded Movement Training with ViPR effectively challenges and conditions muscle, fascia, nerves, skin and other systems of the body. Science shows that moving with load improves balance, agility and dynamic strength, to reach goals such as weight management, improved functionality in daily life and enhanced performance in sport.
Increased functional mobility and agility
Improvement in multi-directional stability, strength and power
Enhanced balance, timing and coordination
Increased calorie burn during and after workouts
All ViPR movements can be regressed and progressed to fit the fitness level and goals of each individual. Our program design methods make creating ViPR programs easy. For ready-made ViPR programs, click here.
“ViPR was created from a need to foster purposeful motion and blend strength training with functional training and movement. Movement is fundamental. And what makes up effective movement is a blend of lifting, shifting, and twisting. Integrated movements like these become incredibly effective at producing results when combined with load.”
Michol Dalcourt, ViPR creator
Join our 3 Courses - ViPR Group Fitness , ViPR FIT & ViPR PT:
The ViPR Group Fitness (VGF) programs have been developed by a team of highly skilled industry leaders who not only have a sound knowledge of ViPR scientific principles, but a practical understanding of instructor needs. The programs have been created and structured in such a way that instructors can choose whether they use them in their entirety or create their own exercises. They have the freedom to choose what is best for them and their class.
With society increasingly time-poor and an ever-increasing market for quick but effective workouts, VGF programs utilize a 30-minute class construct for both physiological and psychological reasons.
Both ViPR 3D and ViPR Athletic were formatted to take full advantage of whole-body integrated training while also creating an environment for group fitness instructors to easily lead a ViPR class and make any necessary modifications for their group. ViPR 3D is a traditional music-based fitness class and ViPR Athletic is for more athletic populations and provides a unique atmosphere in the class
For more details, please visit ViPR.