strength for those who protect us

Unlike for sport athletes, for those who answer the call - tactical athletes - there is no off-season. The people to your left and right are not just your teammates. They're people whose lives, and whose family members' lives, depend on you and your ability to perform.

The four pillars

  • Move

  • Nourish

  • Recover

  • Breathe


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Move Well

-Good mechanics: Good movement mechanics are essential for preventing injuries, optimizing performance, and achieving your fitness goals. They involve proper alignment, control, and coordination of your body's muscles and joints throughout a range of motion.

-Appropriate load: Using proper load is crucial for maximizing your results and minimizing the risk of injury. Appropriate load refers to the amount of weight, resistance, or intensity you apply to your muscles during your exercise or activity.

-Proper warmup: Warming up before exercise is essential for preparing your body for physical activity and reducing the risk of injury. It helps to gradually increase your heart rate, blood flow, and muscle temperature, allowing your muscles to contract and relax more efficiently. A proper warm-up should also improve your flexibility and range of motion.

Move Often

-Resistance training: Resistance training, also known as strength training, is a form of exercise that involves using resistance to build muscle strength and endurance. It is an essential part of a well-rounded fitness program, as it offers a wide range of benefits for both physical and mental health. The benefits include: Incrase muscle mass and strength. Weight management. Improved bone density. Reduced risk of chronic disease. Improved mental health. Improved sleep.

-Cardiovascular training: Cardiovascular training, also known as cardio exercise, is any type of physical activity that gets your heart rate up and makes you breathe harder. It is an important part of a healthy lifestyle, and it also has numerous benefits. 

-Mobility training: Mobility training is a type of exercise that focuses on improving your range of motion, flexibility, and joint health. It is an important part of a well-rounded fitness program, as it can help to improve your performance in other activities, reduce your risk of injury, and reduce pain. 

"In the face of danger and uncertainty, a strong body and mind are your unwavering allies. Nurture your fitness, for it is the shield that protects you and the weapon that serves your community."

Rebecca Rouse


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