Program Description:

This is the third month in my “Tactical Training Series” of programs. The first month focused on overall general fitness with equal attention being paid to both strength and endurance. The second month focused slightly more on the endurance end of the spectrum. Having a high level of cardiovascular fitness is essential to today’s operator. It gives you the ability to move over long distances easier with less wear and tear on the body and also greater prepares you for work at high altitude.

This third month “Tactical Training Month Three” features an increased training schedule and an even greater emphasis on something I call “work capacity”. This is simply the ability to tolerate stress and hard work. There are some two-a-days in this program. Don’t skip them. They are essential.

This program: “Tactical Training Month Three” is the third in a serious of tactical training programs posted here on All of which are based on my extensive experience instructing various members of the Special Operations Military Community.

This one-month program is designed to build and improve the general fitness characteristics needed by individuals who must be “fit for whatever situation they encounter”. For many of the people in our military, a high level fitness (or a lack of one) may literally mean the difference between life and death.

This program lasts one month. It calls for 6 days a week of training with a few two-a-days. Sessions should last between 60 and 90 minutes (there are a few longer ones on weekends). The overall commitment is 6-12 hours per week.

You could do this program and continue it to continue to build a high level of fitness or cycle back through month one and two.

During my career I have had the privilege of instructing numerous Tier One assets within the United States Military. I have taught numerous two day and five day seminars related to the high end fitness and nutrition needs of various operators. I am grateful I can share that information with you.

Note: This program in addition to being good for the “Military Athlete” is also good for first responders (i.e. fire, ambulance, LEO)


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