RPR - Reflexive Performance Reset - Athlete
by Cal Dietz


RPR™ is designed to immediately shift the body from survival to performance.

You are under constant stress, which is interpreted as survival mode by your body. When in survival mode your body utilizes harmful compensation patterns which can lead to injury.  RPR™ resets the body out of survival mode and into performance mode.

Your body has two priorities for optimal performance; to breathe and move correctly. Most athletes do not, so their bodies find a way to meet those priorities by creating harmful compensation patterns.

Compensation patterns are the main cause of non contact injuries in sport as well as everyday aches and pains that limit performance. Utilizing specialized wake up drills™, we can shift your body out of these patterns and reduce pain, increase flexibility and help your body become more resilient to injury.

The wake up drills™ utilize special reflex points that reset your body out of these harmful compensation patterns. The thing that makes RPR™ so unique is that you don't need a Ph.d in anatomy to use them. Athletes can do the wake up drills™ themselves, thereby taking control of their own health and performance. 

The RPR™ system is far more than just the simple wake up drills™ . It is sophisticated enough that it can explain almost every non contact injury you have ever seen and help prevent them from happening again.

The RPR™ system starts by testing what your body is doing now, with simple strength and flexibility tests, so that changes can be clearly measured later.  

The next step is to reset your body into breathing correctly. Once you are breathing correctly, we test the rest of your patterns, and if need be, reset your body into performance mode.  Once you are reset into performance mode, your will experience reduced aches & pains, increased flexibility and be more resilient to injury.

The best part about the whole RPR™ system is that the results are immediate, massive, measurable and quite frankly, almost unbelievable. 



Foundational Basics
1 Foundational Basics
Belly Breathing
2 RPR Breathing Reset - Reflexive Performance Reset Effects Part 1
3 RPR Breathing Reset - Reflexive Performance Reset Effects Part 2
4 RPR Breathing Reset Reflexive Performance Reset Effects Part 3
5 RPR Breathing Reset - Reflexive Performance Reset Effects Part 4
6 Belly Breathing Manual
7 Belly Breathing 00:28
8 Belly Breathing #2 00:09
9 Belly Breathing #3 01:15
10 Hip Flexion Manual
11 PSOAS 00:28
12 PSOAS #2 00:17
13 PSOAS #3 00:09
14 Hip Extension Manual
15 Glute 00:24
16 Glute #2 00:20
17 Glute #3 00:28
18 Hamstring Force/Torque Pre & Post RPR
19 Hamstring Manual
20 Hamstring 00:16
21 Hamstring #2 00:11
22 Hamstring #3 00:00
23 RPR Quad Reset - Reflexive Performance Reset Signs Part 1
24 RPR Quad Reset - Reflexive Performance Reset Signs Part 2
25 RPR Quad Reset - Reflexive Performance Reset Signs Part 3
26 RPR Quad Reset - Reflexive Performance Reset Signs Part 4
27 RPR Quad Reset - Reflexive Performance Reset Signs Part 5
28 Quad Manual
29 Quad 00:33
30 Quad #2 00:07
31 Quad #3 00:08
32 Quad #4 00:08
33 Quad #5 00:40
34 Quad #6 00:43
35 Quad #7 00:39
36 Abs Manual
37 Abs 00:19
38 Abs #2 01:33
Glute Med (Lateral Sling)
39 Lateral Sling Manual
40 Glute Med (Lateral Sling) 00:21
41 Glute Med #2 (Lateral Sling) 00:09
42 Glute Med #3 (Lateral Sling) 00:11
43 Glute Med #4 (Lateral Sling) 00:11
44 Glute Med #5 (Lateral Sling) 00:08
45 Glute Med #6 (Lateral Sling) 00:32
46 Glute Med #7 (Lateral Sling) 00:38
47 Glute Med #8 (Lateral Sling) 00:47
48 Calf Manual
49 Calf 00:25
50 Calf #2 00:09
51 Calf #3 00:11
52 Calf #4 01:21
53 Triphasic Training Exersise Manual Ankle Rocker Part 1
54 Triphasic Training Exercise Manual Ankle Rocker Part 2
55 Supraspinatus Manual
56 Supraspinatus 00:11
57 Shoulder Manual
58 Shoulder 00:23
59 Shoulder #2 00:12
60 Shoulder #3 00:10
61 Shoulder #4 (Pec Minor) 00:31
62 Lat Manual
63 Lat 00:17
64 Lat #2 00:07
65 Lat #3 00:12
66 Neck Manual
67 Neck 00:16
68 Neck #2 00:09
69 Neck #3 00:56
70 Bonus material on RPR
71 Wake Up Drill Chart
72 RPR Game Day Warm-Up 04:16
73 Appendix

caldietz Cal Dietz Strength and Human Performance Coach, Sport Science Consultant

Cal Dietz has been the Head Olympic Strength and Conditioning coach for numerous sports at the University of Minnesota since 2000. Since Dietz’s return to Minnesota he has developed the Strength and Conditioning Programs and overseeing the daily progress in Men’s Hockey from 2000-present, Men’s’ Basketball from 2004-2010, Women’s Hockey from 2003-present, Men’s Golf from 2000-present, Women’s Golf from 2006-present Men’s Swimming from 2000-Present, Track and Field from 2000-present, Baseball from 2000-2007, 2010 -present, and Wrestling from 2000 to 2004. During his tenure, Dietz has trained: a Hobey Baker Award winner, two Big Ten Athletes of the Year, athletes that have achieved 500 All-American honors, 35 Big Ten/WCHA championships teams and  11 NCAA Team Champions, and 13 teams finish in the top four in the nation. He has consulted with Olympic and World Champions in various sports and professional Teams and athletes in the NHL, NFL, NBA, MLB, and Professional Boxing.

Also, during his time at the university help founded and chairs the Sport Biomechanics Interest Group with its purpose to explore the physiological and biomechanical aspects of advanced human performance encompassing the various aspects of kinesiology, biomechanics, neuro-mechanics and physics. This will be achieved by utilizing extensive research theories and applied knowledge in the multi-disciplinary field of human performance. Utilizing through a collaborative effort which involving numerous professional perspectives from diverse areas of academia such also include professionals from Mechanical engineering, Biomechanical Engineering, Orthopedics, and Physiology. Dietz is also a member of the Gender Equity Committee at the University of Minnesota and currently represents the University as a member of the Big Ten committee to develop performance enhancing policy for anabolic and ergogenic aids.


During his time at the university, Dietz has given numerous lectures around the country, as well as publish several scientific articles and dozens articles on training. Most recently, Dietz co-authored the the top selling book, Triphasic Training:  A systematic approach to elite speed and explosive strength performance.

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