Strength Training

Fort Worth FD looking to boost female firefighter numbers

The Fort Worth Fire Department in Texas is making strides to increase the number of female firefighters they employ. As it stands currently, career women firefighters make up roughly five percent of ... more »

Agenda announced for 2024 H2F Symposium

The U.S. Army Center for Initial Military Training (USACIMT) and the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) have confirmed the speakers for the 2024 Holistic Health & Fitness (H2F) Symp... more »

Air Force nutrition knowledge linked to G-test success

According to a recent study published in Scientific Reports, Air Force cadets with proper nutrition knowledge and who were physically active performed better during the Gravitational Acceleration Tes... more »

8 equipment considerations for your firehouse

Firefighters require specialized training equipment to enhance their tactical strength and conditioning, and a firehouse needs to be equipped with the best tools available.  In this article, we w... more »

GPS technology helps law enforcement track health

In today’s world, the law enforcement field has benefited from not only technological advancements for tangible assets such as an officer’s duty gear, raid equipment, police vehicles, and compute... more »

Dual-task, neuro-cognitive tactical training

Dual-task neuro-cognitive training is a specialized approach that integrates both physical and cognitive tasks simultaneously during training sessions. This method aims to enhance the coordination be... more »

Pennsylvania lawmakers push for lowering police fitness standard

Pennsylvania House lawmakers passed legislation last week that would lower the minimum fitness standard for a potential recruit to be accepted into the police academy. The push for lowering the s... more »

New Hampshire lawmakers consider eliminating physical fitness test for police

New Hampshire lawmakers are considering a bill from last year that would end the state's physical test requirement for police officers every three years. Lawmakers said smaller, local police depa... more »