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VIPR

ViPR stands for vitality, performance and reconditioning. Take on the battering ram and discover a workout with muscle. These weighted rubber cylinders make a fantastic addition to your training routine by bridging the gap between movement and strength. You’ll burn big calories and work several muscle groups whilst moving your entire body, burning fat and stimulating the nervous system. Discover a couple of great exercises using the ViPR below.

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ViPR Workouts

The Lunge

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As you step, twist your body and the VIPR towards the leg you step forward on.

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Step forwards with one leg into a lunge - back knee bends towards the floor, front leg at a 90 degree angle.

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Hold the VIPR horizontally in front of your chest, close to the body.

The Lateral Catch

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Catch with the opposite hand and flip it back over to the other side doing a lateral lunge with the other leg.

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With one hand, tip the VIPR to one side and take a lateral lunge in that direction to catch it.

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Start with the VIPR standing vertically upright in front of you.

The Pull Through

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Then take it with the other hand and slide in back under and through to the other side.

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Then take it with the other hand and slide in back under and through to the other side.

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With one hand grab the VIPR and slide it in a horizontal direction to one side of you.

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Start in a plank position - wrists underneath the shoulders, ankle, knees, hips and shoulder in a line. Have the VIPR underneath your body, behind your hands.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a ViPR?

What is a ViPR?

The ViPR is a 1-metre long rubber cylinders of varying weights from 4-20kgs, designed for a whole-body workout.

Why should I use ViPRs?

Why should I use ViPRs?

You can literally do anything with this piece of kit. The first weight trainer to work entire muscle groups at the same time, you’ll minimises the risk of injury whilst burning calories and building strength.

Who are ViPRs good for?

Who are ViPRs good for?

The ViPR is suitable for members of all abilities, and is a great tool for finding your strengths and weaknesses.

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