My first encounter with Reflexive Performance Reset (RPR) was in the fall of 2016. I had recently graduated from Denison University, where I was a part of the football team for all four years. An owner of TAD Sports, Clint Cox, had been researching RPR for a couple months and needed a willing test subject to practice on. Myself being recently hired, I wasn’t at liberty to refuse. Warning, you will experience some pressure that at times can be uncomfortable, but the payoff was/is more than worth it.
During that time period I was in the middle of training my Vertical Jumping Ability. I had put together a 12 week program, and had completed 8 weeks of the program. In those two months my vertical had increased from 30.5” to 31.8”. My all-time vertical at Denison University was 32.0″. After my initial RPR trial with Clint, he told me to incorporate it into my warm-up and see what happens. In just two WEEKS my Vertical Increased to 33.8”, an All-Time Record! I emphasize all-time record because in the Sports Performance world it is very hard to set new all-time records. It is relatively easy to purely increase numbers, but all-time bests are few and far between. This is especially true when athletes have higher training ages (myself being a post collegiate athlete).
RPR works because it Stimulates your Nervous System into a Parasympathetic State, a Recovery and Optimal Performance State. The combination of life and training puts nearly everyone’s nervous system into a sympathetic state, a stress and survival state. Your Nervous System Controls what state your body is currently in. You need to be in a Recovered State to Perform to your Highest Potential.
Your Nervous System can Increase/Decrease your Performance Faster than your skeletal and muscular systems. No muscle can contract without first being electrically stimulated by the nervous system. The human body is a computer, the muscles are the computer’s coding, the nervous system is the electric power. You can’t input coding into a computer if its not plugged into a power source. RPR stimulates your nervous system specifically to enhance what the muscles can already do.