The workouts in basic training for the military are not meant to find the physical specimens of the group, but rather to take people on a journey from civilian to soldier.
Are these new military-style events and programs popping up in the world of fitness a slap in the face to those who are currently in the field?
In order to pass the PQT or PAT, you’ll need to train with a workout plan tailored to the demands of the test.
I'm going to share a story (and a workout) from my days in Navy dive school, and tell you how I personally got schooled on the true meaning of teamwork.
The physical requirements for police officers are different in each state, but every one of them will assess if you have what it takes to do this job.
Nutrition in the field is hardly ideal, but there are a few supplements that can make the life of an operator much easier and boost performance as well.
This workout plan is comprised of four sessions per week, and you should give yourself a minimum of six weeks training before test day.
Before you can gain entrance to the fire academy, you must first pass the infamous CPAT. Here are the eight events in the test. Even if you're a non-firefighter, you might find this test intriguing.
For those of you interested in Special Forces, if you think it's just about being physically ready, think again. It’s about psychological fitness on top of physical fitness.
You have worked hard and are finally out of the academy. In the best shape of your life and ready to be a hero. Little did you know that you have just hit the peak of your physical conditioning.
Aside from the physical and mental stress of your job, your schedule can make it hard to stick with a fitness routine. Here are workouts I use and suggest for a high payoff in a short time.
A lot of us can learn from the Army's “Soldier's Creed.” Let’s take a look at what defines a soldier in the context of our time in the gym.
Awake & Evolve Workouts
Mature Athlete Workouts
MMA & BJJ Workouts
Sport Specific Workouts
Strength & Conditioning Workouts