Today I am combining two training tools, GRipR (By Escape Fitness) and ViPR for a functional training circuit. These exercises provide full body workout by using body weight exercises with the Gripr and VipR. These 2 training tools can easily be used with indoor boot camps and outdoor boot camps. The intensity of this workout can be increased by tempo and weights of the GripR and ViPR.
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The GRIPR is ideal for individual exercises but, as it’s made to withstand the toughest of treatment by using micro grade steel sand within a double stitched neoprene bag. It is also perfect for small group training sessions where it can be used for dynamic throwing and explosive catching drills. Progressive and suitable for a wide range of users. The steel sand displaces rapidly, so bags can be placed on the arms, legs and feet.
Trains deep core muscles while adding an exciting and unpredictable element to your workouts – your body never knows what’s coming next. GRIPR’s work as a Momentum Tool because of the unique shape. GRIPR’s work as a Gravity Tool by offering a lot of different weights.
The VIPR is(Vitality. Performance. Reconditioning) a great training tool designed specifically for functional training. Its multiple handles allow for variations in momentum. The weights allow it to work as a great way of enhancing gravity in movement. Due to its durability, the VIPR can be jumped over and so provide a challenge to ground reaction. ViPR bridges the gap between movement and strength training. It combines full-body movement with load, enhancing the vitality, performance and reconditioning goals of your clients. VipR exercises provide great core training and strength training.
Workout: 60 second intervals, 20 second rest between exercises repeat 4 times
Exercise 1 Gripr Pivot Forward And Back With Press Forward
Exercise 2 vipr pivot forward and back with press to the side
Exercise 3 GRIPR squat with pelvis rotation and press forward
Exercise 4 vipr leg reach wide and press to the side
Exercise 5 GRIPR lunge backward and press rotation
Exercise 6 vipr clean and press with rotation