RPR Lifestyle

The greatest discovery in a long time.

Peter Arroyo - Owner & Head Coach @ Legacy Strength Systems, Aurora, IL

RPR is the greatest discovery we've had in long time. At this current time I have been certified level 1 and 2 and have had some pretty amazing things, from increased broad jumps, to faster swim times, to better bowel function (no joke...my most recent reset client has reported this for a couple weeks now 5 movements a day v 1).

RPR has changed my life.

Benjamin Powell - Athletic Director & Head Football Coach @ Cohen High School, New Orleans, LA

In my personal life RPR has changed my life. I have suffered from intermittent low back pain that has left me completely debilitated at times. Since starting a daily regimen of RPR I have been 100% pain free.

Professionally we have seen staggering results with our athletes. Through seven weeks of football and a highly competitive schedule we have had zero athletes miss a game due to injury. Our program has seen dramatic improvement in vertical jump, pro agility, and forty yard dash times literally overnight using RPR.

Our athletes ask for RPR because of how good they feel afterward.

Nate Beebe - Head Track and Field Coach @ Homewood-Flossmoor High School, Flossmoor, IL

Our program has been using RPR for the past 4 years now and have had a lot of success with it as we have averaged only 3 or 4 soft tissue injuries per season over that time where in the past we used to have several athletes missing practice and meets during the season. Our top athletes ask to be reset for every invitational they compete in because of how good they feel afterward.


Tony Holler - Co-Director @ Football Track Consortium, Track Coach

Reflexive Performance Reset is taking the world by storm. Multiple Big Ten and NFL football teams are now using it daily. In Illinois, I can’t imagine a track school who hasn’t heard about it. The US “founding father” is Chris Korfist. My sprinters are reset before they run. My guys can’t imagine sprinting without it. They run being “present” with a decluttered brain. They are more relaxed (parasympathetic). They are more durable. And, they are faster. My sprinters won all four sprints at the 2018 IHSA State Track Meet (100, 200, 4x1, and 4x2).

Brendan Hanneman, after breaking the Illinois 4×1 record, told Coach Quinn (Holler), “After getting reset by Chris Korfist, I felt like I was in a trance.” Actually it wasn’t a trance. RPR puts you in a performance state. Ever hear of someone being “in the zone”? Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi calls it “Flow”. Being “IN THE ZONE” is a performance state. When an athlete is "in the zone", he has no fear. The athlete is present and focused on the moment. The brain is ready to let it rip because it no longer worries about survival (sympathetic state). Adrenaline is produced in a state of fear, a state of crisis. Adrenaline causes fight, flight, or freeze. The body implodes to protect itself. RPR is an explosive performance enhancer.