Combat Fitness

Nikes SFB (Special Field Boot) for the extreme athelete

http://store.nike.com/us/en_us/pd/nike-special-field-boot/pid-179377/pgid-771642 By: Thomas Dixon “BUILT FOR HIGH-SPEED RESPONDERS” A modern, athletic boot designed for first responder, the Nike Special Field Boot was engineered to the specifications of world-class heroes, from military professionals to rescue and law personnel. The result: the lightest, fastest-drying, highest-mobility performance boot Nike has ever made”         The Special…

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Operation Red Circle.

Tactical Milsim Magazine in Conjunction with AlphaKnight Milsim are partnering up to offer you a 20% discount for the first 5 preregisters using the code TACSIM20 and a 10% discount for the following 20 using TACSIM10 (please note that codes are case sensitive, must be all upper case) For more information go to http://alphaknightsmilsim.com/events/ . Don’t forget to find TACSIM booth at…

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Corps rolls out its premiere functional fitness program

http://www.marinecorpstimes.com By Gina Harkins Six months after the Corps rolled out its premiere functional fitness program, officials are working to ease apprehension among Marines who remain skeptical of the new workouts. They are establishing a training pipeline that will enable troops to teach one another, like they do with martial arts, and also indoctrinating new…

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Best Training for Law Enforcement Officers

By Tim Kauppinen As a law enforcement officer, you know that staying in shape is an important part of your job. You also know that it’s extremely difficult to find the time to work out consistently. Let’s face it, fitting in an hour or two of exercise every day is just not very realistic in…

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Special Ops Energy Supplements – Military Training Exercises

By Susan Andrews Military training exercises is not just your ordinary aerobics workout; it’s absolutely more than that. This type of exercise routine is perceived to be more demanding compared to other types of conventional aerobic workouts. This workout routine includes exercises that intensely work out the upper body and the lower body muscles that…

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U.S. Army Special Forces Combat Divers School

By MSG (RET) MadMax Mullen The U.S. Army Special Forces Combat Divers School, Key West, Florida, is one of the most physical demanding courses in Special Operations outside of Delta and the Special Forces selection courses. This is a school that you just can’t be-bop up into expecting to pass. If that’s the mind set…

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Peak Conditioning Saves Lives – Part One

By Tom Diesel During the years that I have trained law enforcement officers and soldiers, I have both heard and witnessed incidents where they have been overpowered and hurt in the line of duty. Recently, I assisted two California motorcycle officers who were overpowered by a suspect. A mean right hook wielded by the suspect…

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ON THE RUN: TRAINING FOR PEAK FITNESS – WEEK TWO

By Howard “Mad Max” Mullen Moving On OK, I see that you survived last week, so let’s kick it up a notch. By now, your body should be adapting to the running/cardio so let’s knock this final week out and do our first time trial. Here goes. Week Two program Day 8: 5-mile jog (8…

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ON THE RUN: TRAINING FOR PEAK FITNESS – WEEK ONE

By MSG (Ret.) Howard “Mad Max” Mullen Running is the Fitness Core In Special Operations Forces, running is the backbone of an operator’s fitness program. Running comes to the point that it becomes second nature—a part of an operator’s lifestyle. Physical training (PT) is conducted five days per week, regardless of weather conditions—rain, shine, sleet,…

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The Blue House Raid Part II: “Specially selected and handpicked”

By MSG (Ret.) Mad Max Mullen Due to the popularity of the “The Blue House Raid: North Korean Commandos Are Hardcore PT Studs,” I have received numerous requests for more information on the raid, and a follow-up on the story. Many readers have never heard of “The Blue House Raid” and were intrigued by the…

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