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Serious Strength Training For Law Enforcement!

Strength training for law enforcement has to be structured to make you a hard hitting athlete in your own way! Whether you need to strong arm a suspect, kick in the door of a crack house, or just flat out whip up on a group of punks that are being a menace to society then you have arrived at the right place! I am pleased to introduce to you the hardest hitting method of training for all of law enforcement and it's kettlebell training.
Kettlebell Training: Ultimate Strength Training For Law Enforcement I don't have to sit here and tell you how dangerous your job is my friend.
You already know, yet the one thing that surprises me about a lot of law enforcement is the lack of "effective" strength training as part of their "PT" program.
You see the most physically demanding sports such as football, rugby, and MMA all are starting to implement the use of kettlebell training and its for good reason.
Read on if I have your attention.
So what is kettlebell training? Well, kettlebells are ancient strength and conditioning devices that have been around for over three centuries.
This single device resembles a cannonball with a handle attached to it.
The thing that sets kettlebell training apart from most other so-called traditional forms of strength training is that it is primarily movement based in nature.
The key to kettlebell training is that you have to understand and learn how to execute movement patterns instead of isolating specific body parts.
You see movement is the very essence of human performance just as you see in daily life, sports, and more specifically your job! This is how you truly get fit and perform at the same time! Kettlebell training basically trains your body's kinetic chain or your total body's muscular connection for the sake of working to perform movements.
Whether you have to run, fight, lift, throw, jump, or duck your body must be in top physical condition to pull all of these off effectively.
You wouldn't get into a high speed chase with your cruiser if you knew the tires were flat would you? I would use the same comparison with your body and it's performance.
If you are training smart then you are more likely to get the job done more effectively without the worry of injury or failure.
Basic lifts that you can perform with the kettlebell such as swings, jerks, snatches, and get ups all are great for making your body super fit and super resilient.
These most basic lifts will get you ready for most any task that comes your way.
If you haven't already started to implement the use of kettlebell training into your law enforcement training program then start today.
Feel free to access the rest of my articles on the subject for additional information.
Remember that most anyone can train hard, but only the best train smart my friend!

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