NSCA's Tactical Strength and Conditioning (TSAC) Program is designed to help tactical facilitators increase the performance, readiness, and longevity of tactical professionals while decreasing the likelihood of fitness-related injuries. Since 2005, the TSAC program has been helping military, law enforcement, fire and rescue, protective services, first responders, and other emergency services increase effectiveness and lower costs through a combination of cutting-edge research, proven training methods, and field experience. Join NSCA's Tactical Professional Development Group and get connected to strength coaches and other professionals working in this exciting field.
This course is for tactical professionals seeking to learn and apply foundational principles of strength and conditioning.
This multi-day event brings experts from the tactical fields together with strength professionals for sharing best practices and networking.
Discover certifications, resources and other tools to help you apply the latest scientific principles into practice as well as grow your career.
The TSAC Report is the NSCA’s quarterly, online-only publication designed for the training of tactical professionals, operators, and facilitators.Read Current Issue
Join the Conversation on the Tactical PDG Facebook group and connect with your peers on current issues.
Are you a member of the U.S. Armed Forces? Are you transitioning out of the military and looking for new career opportunities? Service Members are now eligible for reimbursement when they pursue the NSCA’s Tactical Strength and Conditioning Facilitator® (TSAC-F®) certification.
The NSCA has 24 awards to honor current members who are helping advance the strength and conditioning profession. There are two specifically designated to honor Tactical Professionals, the TSAC-Facilitator of the Year Award and the TSAC Practitioner of the Year Award. Learn more about the awards and this years recipients.