Return To performance
The performance staff at XIP recognize that no-one is truly invincible regardless of how durable our training programs make you feel.
Big or small, injuries happen. It’s a price we pay for pushing our bodies to an ultimate limit. Often, injuries occur when we least expect it - a slip on the ice, a car accident, crash on the bike, lifting something in an awkward position, you get the picture.
Trust me we've been there. We recognize that an injury that removes you from your active lifestyle can be challenging to your mental state. XIP reframes this scenario, understands, and encourages you to see that - INJURY IS OPPORTUNITY! Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius stated: “The impediment to action advances action. What stands in the way becomes the way.” This is the objective of XIP reconditioning programs.
XIP wants athletes at every level to understand that in the presence of injury, there is an opportunity to evaluate and intervene at a comprehensive system level. Our reconditioning programs are designed to provide an all-inclusive training stimulus.
Our team of certified trainers and strength coaches will create a program specific to your injury and will address accessory weaknesses and imbalances during the process.
We are not physical therapists; however, we do collaborate with orthopaedic clinics, your school ATC, primary care physician and Physical Therapists to transition those who are ready to take the next step in the reconditioning process and your "Return to Performance".
Lincoln Lemieux, Pro Snocross Rider
"Without XIP's help in my return to performance, I don't believe I would have recovered or been as strong as I was. Between strength and conditioning, diet, and yoga at XIP, there is no better place to go in the Northeast Kingdom, and arguably New England. You need three things to succeed: Hard work, confidence, and support. XIP helped me gain my confidence back by pushing me in every workout, as well as supporting me when I needed it the most.
Stevie Durochers, Dance Studio Owner
"After having my knee surgery, I was told that I would be back to normal activity within 4 months. I quickly learned this would not be the case. I started training with Adrian Guyer hoping to regain strength in my affected leg. I was expecting an instructor but I found a knowledgeable professional dedicated to his clients. I found myself pushing my body in ways I did not know I could. Adrian's program was the best gift I have ever given to my body. Surgery helped me walk; XIP helped me do everything I love."
Ella McAndrew, Mountain Bike Athlete
My physical therapist suggested that I reach out and start working with XIP to address the remaining muscular issues and prepare me for my upcoming Mountain Bike racing season. When I came in, Adrian was amazing at setting up a baseline with body measurements, strength and mobility tests. Based on these tests we set forth with a plan to even out my body left and right and build muscle for a productive season. I started working with him in January 2017 and by my first race in April, the strength discrepancy in my legs was gone, I was stronger than I ever have been and went on to have my most successful race season yet!
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Functional Movement Screen (FMS), founded by Gray Cook and Lee Burton, originated in 1995 and is dedicated to testing movement dysfunction from injury or poor movement quality. It was developed to address people across the age and fitness spectrum from high performance athletes to the mature fitness enthusiast eager to move better. FMS has been used extensively by the United States Military and a host of professional and collegiate sport teams. According to Gray Cook, the intent is to "play to our strengths and work on our weaknesses" as our movement journey evolves. XIP invites you to consider being part of this movement solution!