If you can keep an open mind, and if you would like to boost strength, improve endurance, increase power, and become a complete tactical athlete, then taking some time to read this groundbreaking report may prove to be the most efficient 15 minutes of your entire week, month or year.
The information I’ll share right here and now could rebuild your body, as it has helped countless law enforcement officers and military operators. More importantly, what I’m about to reveal may save your life and the lives of others.
I’ll share the latest research on tactical strength and conditioning plus the real-life success stories of several world-class tactical experts.
So grab a pencil or pen to take notes, turn off your cell phone, find a quiet place, and do whatever else you need to give me your undivided attention. Because if you’re as serious as I think you are about building tactical muscle, boosting power, and improving endurance then I promise it will be worth the time you invest over the next few minutes.
Back in the day, pushups, situps and a two-mile run was the US Army’s way of measuring physical fitness. And we did that test because it was an Army requirement.
But the PT test we used for our team was more mission-specific. It included a weighted rope climb, dips, pullups, a shuttle run, a two-mile run, and a ruck run. These are the tactical bodyweight exercises that mimic the demands of a real mission.
Nowadays, when I step on the range with a bunch of people that carry a gun for a living, I want them to have the functional physical fitness, combat mindset… Read more…