Force Multiplier: Life Performance Outline

Force Multiplier: Life Performance Outline

“Perpetual optimism is a force multiplier.”

Colin Powell


Force Multiplier:

A force multiplier refers to a factor that dramatically increases, hence “multiplies”, the effectiveness of a system.

Independence and sustainability is UpRight Movement’s chief underlying goal for all the people it serves. We help you feel, move, and perform better in life. To support this ideal we have organized an outline of our systems based approach and best practices.

The table below outlines the UpRight Movement Principles in order of hierarchy, with each principle followed by its qualifiers and associated links.




  1. Thoughts
  2. Actions
  3. Habits

See: UpRight Movement Principles | Declaration of Health and Fitness | A Reason For BEing | The Way You Do Anything is the Way You Do Everything: Code Of Conduct | The One You Feed


  1. Sleep Quality
  2. Schedule
  3. Duration

See: How Tired Are You? Sleep Your Most Important Recovery Tool | Recovery and Training are Interdependent | The Pre-Flight Checklist: Monitoring Fatigue



  1. Quality
  2. Timing
  3. Nutrient Ratios

See: Food for Your Life | Rules To Live By | Performance is Limited by Recovery | Your Nutritional Fingerprint: Metabolic Typing | Hydration 101


  1. Protect
  2. Restore
  3. Develop

See: Primitive Postures of Restoration | To Stand is to Be Human | Return From Injury | Master the Essentials: 4 Sources of Athletes’ Reduced Risk For Injury | Are You Up To Standard? | Training + Rehab = Training | The Why, How, and What of UpRight Movement

UpRight Movement helps to support the positive practice of  Your “Force Multiplier”, with its newest Life Performance Outline handout. Improve your Mindset and make progress toward your goals by leveraging UpRight Movement Principles. Aid your Recovery, Health and manage Stress so you can feel better, move better, and perform better! The Pillars of long lasting change are: Mindset, Recovery, Nutrition/Hydration, and Movement. For further assistance see UpRight Movement’s Regeneration Guidelines.