Warrior Movement Screen
Developed and produced in collaboration with the US-based non-profit Wounded Warriors Project (501c3), the Warrior Movement Screen features a variety of movement and physical exercises for veterans. A twelve-week program is detailed to correct, in the long term, the bad postures and the muscular weaknesses. Nutritional advice, rules for proper hydration, and a series of worksheets complete the guide, making it a great tool for any trainer.
The Wounded Warrior Project
For every soldier, the return to civilian life is an important moment, often difficult, always different. The Wounded Warrior Project accompanies soldiers in this new phase of their lives and offers them the means to begin the journey of recovery.
The ʺLife Manualsʺ series
Advising and transmitting scientifically validated methods to improve health and quality of life
ʺThe goal of Fondation Ipsen is to transmit science to people. Every day thousands of scientists around the world work to make people’s lives better. The impact of their work is often lost on the public — the people scientists are trying to help. With our world-class collaborators, Fondation Ipsen explains scientific advances to the people who most need them.ʺ
James A. Levine
MD, PhD, Professor
Fondation Ipsen, President
Self-published and self-disseminated, the manuals are distributed as a free supplement to the street newspaper Macadam and upon request.