When you click the "Generate Drill" button, Movement Generator will suggest a series ("what the ViPR does"), a basic move, a suggested hold, and what your arms and hands could do during that move. Some suggestions may seem weird, but I'm sure you can get it to work with a little creativity. ViPR movement is about play. So play around with it, and if you seriously don't like the move suggestion – just click "Generate Drill" again!
In theory, there are currently 190,000 possible combinations. I'll admit that some of them are probably hard to implement, but I think it's safe to say that the Movement Generator will keep you ViPR-busy for quite a while.
If you can't get the suggested move to work for you, then you can either ignore the part of the suggestion you're struggling with, or simply click "Generate Drill" again. This is just to get you started. Remember, your job is to get the ViPR to train you for movement quality in all directions.
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The Movement Generator builds on the ViPR method called "Six steps of programming", which you can learn on a ViPR Certification. The drill descriptions probably makes a lot more sense if you're familiar with the Six steps of programming principles!
If you're based in Scandinavia and want to get certified in ViPR Group Fitness or for Personal Training, you should check out Concept Education. If you're based on any other part of the globe, please have a look at www.viprfit.com. (This tool is privately developed and not officially neither a Concept nor FitPro service.)