Tactical Sleep Hygiene What you already knew, but still need to be told. To learn more about Tactical Strength and Conditioning RSVP for the week long course at PT-Connections.
Stephanie Nolting on Carrying Heavy Loads When your physical demands require you to load the body on one side greater than the other this can create strain in the body either with one event or over time. One-sided loads can be stepping into a tall vehicle or carrying weight on one side. I see […]
By Michael Flores, DPT Many of you reading this may have active jobs where you are up on your feet, lifting, carrying, or reaching. On the other hand, you may have a desk job or a sedentary job. Either way, you need to know this following information in order to help prevent shoulder injuries as […]
Tactical Tips by Adrian Gomez, CSCS, TSAC-F Do’s & Don’ts of Tactical Strength and Conditioning Don’t: Don’t Train with Pain Don’t Train in an Unsafe Environment Don’t Train with Improper Technique Don’t Overtrain Do: Do Train with Whole Body vs. Isolated Do Train with Load Do Train to Produce Results
Chad Clark – Who is a “Tactical Athlete”? Our mission is to help you and other Tactical Athletes in Pueblo, Colorado improve performance on the job, prevent Injuries, and decrease pain. By the way, you do not have to be participating in a sport to be considered an athlete; your daily job makes you an […]