During the past decade, a new fitness genre has been developed. Fitness programming comes and goes over time, but rarely is an entire new category created. This new type of fitness training is now called Tactical Fitness. What we once called Military, Police, Fire Fighter, and Special Ops Fitness programs is now categorized into the ever-growing group of Tactical Fitness. Even major strength, conditioning, and personal training associations like the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) has a program with a peer-reviewed journal and certification program for Tactical Strength and Conditioning (TSAC). So, I do not see this genre losing ground like some overused concepts like boot camp workouts and functional fitness.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?
Tactical Fitness is not about workouts, it’s about work. It is not about working out to get good at working out, it is about creating programs that carry over into real life movements like lifts, carries, crawls…
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