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- Strength training for indoor and outdoor use
- Very robust and resilient
- For Ganzkörperworkouts
- Can be Geschleudert, thrown, then to lift and or pulled
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ViPR is designed to provide an effective, complete body workout which builds muscle and burns calories through strength and movement training. Versatile in design the ViPR can be slammed, lifted, thrown, stepped on or dragged. Comes in a variety of different colour co-ordinated weights from 4kg to 20kg
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On the downside, the ViPR arrives without an exercise sheet, so you need instruction from a good personal trainer who has used ViPRs. Alternatively look at the few videos on the ViPR section of You Tube, particularly the one day workshop where most of the participants are using 4kg and 6kg ViPRs (that was a surprise)and, those by ViPR inventor Michol Dalcourt. The high cost of the individual tubes and the emphasis on the ViPR web site for attending certification courses, points to gyms and personal trainers as the target buyers, not individuals. For this reason I can only give it four stars. I can see that many of us will be making something similar with lengths of smooth wood or rigid plastic drain pipes filled with sand.
This is one cracking bit of kit, very versatile, and to be honest it's a bit of a minefield when it comes to individual exercises. It comes with no instructions or exercises. Best look online and at YouTube for examples to get you started. This is where you need a bit of imagination and start knocking out your own routines. As a rule of thumb if it doesn't hurt, feels good and breaks a sweat then keep doing it.
Let's not forget the Vipr is designed for loaded movement exercises. I bought the 10kg where I was originally going to buy the 20kg. Luckily I didn't. Lifting 20kg is easy but swinging it around repeatedly would be extremely difficult. I burn out quick enough with 10kg. I've also noticed on the videos online the men seem to use the 6/8kg and I could of done with slightly less weight.
All in all a great investment. If you put enough time into it you'll be looking and feeling great in no time at all.