Better training = successful depts.

Many of these are preventable injuries. We work with Department of Justice (DOJ) standards-setters at the state level AND individual police departments to design and implement a health and wellness program built to reduce injury rates and long term disability claims. We keep officers healthy, fit and on-duty.

If you’re an administrator, someone within your sphere of influence is very likely to be put into a life-altering, career-defining situation. Their physical and mental health might be such that even a small positive change on their lifestyle changes could save the life of themselves or a victim. Tactical Functional Training acknowledges the modern police environment, including its most common pitfalls, to help officers be more ready when that moment arrives.

Physically healthy cops are more frequently mentally healthy cops. Mentally healthy cops make better decisions off-duty, which carries into their on-duty lives. Physical training with TFT is not all body building and kale shakes. It’s about incremental life changes that position officers for success in the most adverse situations imaginable. Under the TFT system, being effective law enforcement personnel is about being healthy, mobile and tactically explosive.

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Tactical Functional Training Fitness Pyramid

A quick summary of the pyramid: you need to stay active and healthy by strengthening your exposure points. These are what could take you down for weeks at a time and even end your career. From there you need endurance development upon which other aspects of your physical fitness can grow. Strength building helps but it’s nothing without the base of the pyramid - if you’re eating fast food and donuts for breakfast after a hangover your body will NOT be ready when you need an instant response. At the top of our pyramid, physical conditioning for a cop is about being a tactical athlete. When a police officer must employ physicality (for duty or survival), the skillset is more like a football player than a marathon runner or a body-builder.  We call this tactical explosiveness.

Tooker, Gregory. “Health and Fitness in Law Enforcement” 2016. PDF file.

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