Put in the Work: How I Beat SEALFit Kokoro Camp
When you're training for an event as intense as Kokoro, there's no way around it - you have to put in a lot of work. Here's how I trained for success.
Why and How Tactical Athletes Need to Lift to Pass Selection
If you're serious about a career in the military, you need to be serious about strength and injury prevention.
Ready to Ruck: How to Get Started and What to Buy
Whether you're training for a rucking event or just want to improve fitness, there are few things you need to know before you get started.
Dominate Your Next Physical Fitness Test
From beginners facing the PFT for the first time to advanced trainees looking to ace the test for a special unit, Stew Smith has created an adaptable yet focused four- to twelve-week program for you.
Top 10 PT Test Mistakes (and 12 Weeks of Free Workouts to Fix Them)
I have seen thousands of fit people who train often but still fail fitness tests because they did not get specific in their training.
Hormonal Response to Block Periodization in Special Forces Operators
A new study suggests block periodization can help special operators avoid overtraining.
How to Construct an Effective Tactical Training Program
Too often, general tactical programs lack specific, transferrable value in the exercises and progressions.
Greasing the Groove: A More Effective Way to Prepare for Push Up Tests
Most people will hit their target within a month just by using more targeted training and diligent daily practice.
A Simple Protocol for Testing Your Work Capacity
This test was created for the military, but anyone can use it to measure his or her fitness level. It can also be used to test the clients at your gym.
The No-Excuse Workout for Fire, LEO, and Military
In our lines of work, we are often faced with little equipment and little time to spare. This workout can be done fifteen minutes before your shift or during a break.
Can Meditation Cause Harm in the Wrong Hands?
Should mediation be used to make members of the military better at killing or business people better at business?
Introducing the Special Forces Workouts (and a Must-Read FAQ)
The Special Forces workouts for current and aspiring operators start today. This FAQ will help you get the most out of the program.
One Rep Max Tests Shown Accurate and Reliable for Military Personnel
1RM tests are common in athletic contexts. A new study tested more functional tests for military personnel.
Study Tests Unconventional Methods of Military Physical Preparation
Military training protocols that include strength training, flexibility work, and other less common methods might be better.
9 Military Strategies to Improve Your Gym and Reduce the Chaos
I have an idea for how you can run your gym better. Here are nine tools inspired by the military that you can implement to improve your gym business and reduce the chaos.
How to Prepare Your Mind and Body for Basic Training
If you wait until the first day of basic training to start preparing you will fight an uphill battle. Going in physically and mentally strong will provide you with the confidence you need.
Basic Training Breakdown: What to Expect When You Join the Military
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 Pseudo-Military Challenges and Programs Disrespectful to Real Operators?
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?
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