How I STOPPED WORRYING about the Cardio

How I STOPPED WORRYING about the Cardio

In this article Jason, a Marine, Exercise Scientist and owner of Tactical Athlete Radio highlights that we have become too specialized in our training. Our jobs require a skill set that is versatile, not specialized. He breaks down the R7 method of training and how this approach can create balance for the combat athlete in and out of the gym.

Longevity of the Operational FIREFIGHTER

Longevity of the Operational FIREFIGHTER

Taking on a career as a Firefighter puts you into the category of a Tactical Athlete. Our buddy Rob, a Firefighter himself shares with us why being functional fit and combat ready is a necessity for his role whilst learning common faults and how to build a good baseline. “As operational firefighters we should possess a well-rounded arsenal of fitness! Keeping a balance between your strengths and weaknesses is a major factor for maintaining all round, long-term effectiveness as a front line firefighter.”

Building a strong MIND and BODY for the hard times

Building a strong MIND and BODY for the hard times

Being able to perform whether within a sport or tactical environment you need to be both physically and mentally strong. Stressful situations kicks our bodies into overdrive relying on prior preparation. Here are some tools we share with our members to build a strong mind and body for hard times.

What are you ACTUALLY training for?

What are you ACTUALLY training for?

Within our TFL program we have all sorts of tactical athletes all with different goals and needs. From Recruit School candidates, Clearance Diver’s, Firefighters, Commando applicants, Law Enforcement members and those simply wanting a taste of this style of training. This article is to help them and you, determine your overall training goals to train smarter and progress quicker.