One of the best lines about SOF I ever heard when I first made it into CSOR was from the RSM (Regimental Sergeant Major) when someone asked if us new guys would be on probation. “You’re on probation your entire career here.” That always stuck with me, that just because I had made it, didn’t […]
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Performance Enhancing Drugs (PEDs) are used by many individuals, including tactical athletes. These sorts of drugs are often thought of negatively, however for military candidates, they can have advantages such as being able to help the athlete cope with training volumes. This article will discuss some of the advantages and disadvantages of the use of […]
CrossFit is an enjoyable activity for many athletes that gives them a reason to train, and can help to make the individual a good mover. There are crossovers between Special Operations training and CrossFit, for example, where candidates benefit from CrossFit grip strength techniques, such as using pull-up bars or barbells in their training. However, […]
We can never know enough, we can never settle, we can never stop growing. Fortunately, these days it’s easier to do, as there are so many different conferences, and courses to attend and learn from. Of course, we can’t attend them all, but the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NCSA) recently held their Tactical Strength […]
One career area that has seen an increased focus on strength and conditioning is the tactical profession.
When training Special Ops candidates or qualified Operators, there are many, many tests I have them perform to determine where their strengths and weaknesses lie. A SOF soldier needs to have a solid base of strength in: upper body pushing and pulling, single and double leg, core, and flexibility. The need to be proficient at […]