This award is given to a TSAC educator and practitioner who has made noteworthy contribution to the teaching and practical application in the field of tactical strength training and conditioning. Qualified nominees must be a certified member of the NSCA with a CSCS AND TSAC-F certification.
There is growing momentum in the modernization of law enforcement (and other tactical populations) to integrate industry and academic institutions into modernization plans. Tactical Strength and Conditioning Facilitators® (TSAC-F®) can contribute to this collaboration.
There are many factors to consider in the planning and implementation of any strength and conditioning program. With proper planning, tactical facilitators may be successful in preparing potential soldiers for the APFT.
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One of the most common questions received is, "How do I prepare for the TSAC-F exam"? Since candidates come from wide and varied backgrounds, we recommend a few different approaches to studying for the TSAC-F exam. Learn more about preparing for the TSAC-F exam.
Captain Tony Soika, MS, CSCS, TSAC-F, speaks at the 2013 National Conference on what it takes to become a tactical strength and conditioning coach. In this first of four videos, Tony reviews the importance of leadership.
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To operate at the highest level possible, tactical athletes should train for the validated physical abilities applicable to their respective positions as identified by applicable subject matter experts.
TSAC expert Michael Bridges speaks at the 2015 NSCA National Conference. In this first video of the series, Bridges provides an overview of his article written for the 2015 edition of the NSCA’s Career Development Guide. Members can request a copy by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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