“The first time I experienced it, I felt great and I went and crushed weights.”
“You heal 70% faster.”
“Just start somewhere.”
Key Takeaway: Elite Powerlifter and Strength Training Coach Ryan Conley joins us this week to talk about RPR – Reflexive Performance Reset. You’ll learn how this therapy works to improve the durability of athletes and the ability to keep individuals injury free.
- RPR (reflexive performance reset) aims to switch your body from a sympathetic from parasympathetic state
- This system (RPR) has only been around for 3-4 years
- If the body is firing energy out of order, you’re creating damage
- When there are stressors that you allow to overtake your body, you’re always in the sympathetic, “fight or flight” reaction
- RPR allows you to reboot and get your breathing right so that you can mentally get alright and release some of the tension that is released in your body
- 9:00 If you can get your breathing right and have your hip flexion and extension working right, everything else should work better
- Breathing is usually the first thing that’s evaluated; it’s the ultimate basic. Once this is improved, everything else will be improved.
- Talking about natural frequencies and systems in regards to both nature and in regards to the RPR machine that has worked wonders on clients
- Ryan and Joe talk Jordan Peterson and about the way he thinks and addresses topics in an intellectual but also humble manner
- High performers usually hold themselves back because they put themselves in a box, are too worries about not delivering perfection, and can’t get themselves to just start
- Things that you’re good at, you have a subconscious program for. You can usually go back to these things and usually be successful.
- Everything comes back to perspective. It all comes back to how you view yourself and your life and your limits.
- Areas where Ryan has seen the most improvement with RPR – his breathing
- Oxygen Advantage – book recommendation, talks a lot about the applications of good breathing
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