Just as any athletic team can benefit from sport-specific training, tactical professionals can benefit from occupational task-specific training as well. Combining pushing, pulling, pressing, and total body movements into complexes may help mimic the demands and movements of job tasks that tactical personnel may encounter.
Managing workload and optimizing athlete performance while promoting injury-free participation is simplified using the eight tips in this article.
This article discusses the importance and impact a qualified fitness professional on the fitness and readiness of soldiers for the United States Army.
This article presents a contemporary, evidence-based, and practical framework that reduces the many strength and speed-strength metrics into five distinct qualities.
The purpose of this article is to investigate a few important considerations for the ice hockey goaltender: common injuries, specific physical characteristics and conditioning, and the mental game.
This article examines training from collegiate lacrosse programs and how this data can be used to develop data-informed recommendations and refine current approaches towards preparing military and tactical personnel for the Army Combat Fitness Test.
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