Progressing a ViPR PRO® exercise should be mapped to specific outcomes. For example, if the goal is Strength, greater time under tension and more load should be used with a given exercise. Alternatively, changing the Grip to decrease the leverage over the tool can also increase the Strength demand. For Power exercises, focus on increasing speed and explosiveness, which may require reducing the amount of load used (i.e. switching to a Tilt pattern) or reducing the range of motion. For Mobility, focus on developing control over greater ranges of motion (i.e. use a Wide Grip versus Narrow). For high-intensity metabolic conditioning, heavy load or faster speeds should be used. Therefore simplify the movement or use known movement patterns to reduce the coordination demands and increase the safety of the exercise.