Being physically fit is more than just having a body that’s in shape. It’s being in a state of peak performance, of sharp body and mind, to make composed split-second decisions under duress.
This training style is designed to improve the physical demands of tactical professions such as the military, law enforcement, and fire/ rescue services. The goal is to improve occupational performance, productivity and longevity. A tactical athlete needs to be mobile, agile, strong and explosive, while in chaotic and often life-threatening situations. Currently this training style has gained more popularity in the realm of strength and conditioning for it’s unique training style and effectiveness on minimizing the risk of injury.
Whether you are a first responder or a mother transporting your 40-pound sleeping toddler without a stroller, tactical training is about being ready at any time to meet and thrive at life’s demands.