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Tactical fitness and strength training for law enforcement and first responders

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This is Texas Law Talk Radio. My name is Nick Augustine and in this program, we are focused on law enforcement and first responders who can benefit from tactical fitness and strength training. I am here with personal fitness trainer, Jay Dial from Body Force Fit; law enforcement tactics instructor Robbie Allmon from P2 Concepts; and retired law enforcement officer and founder of the Cops 4 Cops Texas Police foundation, Byron Colston.

With increased attention on law enforcement officers and first responders, leaders in law enforcement can support a culture of good health, strength and fitness so officers are more effective in their line of duty. 

Tactical fitness and strength training for law enforcement and first responders

  • Fitness and strength training required by law enforcement departments
  • Identifying the real and daily demands on police and first responders
  • Age, wear and tear are reasons to keep the body and muscles moving
  • Tactical training boot camps support fitness and efficiency on the job
  • Situational awareness, being able to protect yourself and lift properly
  • Tactical fitness training incorporates boxing and interval training

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