Category Archives: Tactical Strength and Conditioning

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Mission Demands Analysis Profile

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Now that we have begun to identify the components of training, what’s next? How do we decide what the tactical athlete needs to do to become better prepared? We all understand what a needs analysis or needs assessment is. But think about it for a minute? What do we really need to know about the tactical […]

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Who pays the price?

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Recently there was a document posted on the NTF website written by the RAND Corporation regarding the military’s THOR3 program. There were a few comments but not much discussion. Do we really understand how serious the staffing and hiring issues are? This is why NTF was created. The THOR3 performance staff and programs are not […]

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The Component Wheel

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When designing an exercise program, on what areas do we typically focus? In school, I was taught to think of; warm up, flexibility, resistance and cardiovascular/respiratory training (The Historical Four). These four areas of focus remain the general recommendations from the ACSM. They have been the recommendations for decades. Actually, these Historic Four areas represent […]

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National Tactical Fitness

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