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Shoulder Packing 101

08.10.12

As one of the most mobile joints in the body, the shoulder can also be one of the most complicated to understand and work with. To paraphrase a comic book line: “With great mobility comes great complexity.” With this complexity and mobility also comes injury potential and the need to properly coordinate this amazing set of structures. There are four different joint structures that influence the should... read full story

 
 
 

Training, Recovery and Fitness Testing

Jun 03, 2002 04:09 PM

My thoughts on the Army Physical Fitness Test (i.e. APFT). APFT standards are designed to measure various areas of the body. The two mile run measures aerobic and leg mus [...]

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Marathon Kettlebell Challenge

Jun 03, 2002 03:54 PM

This article is entitled Marathon Kettlebell Challenge but it is not intended to be just for people who intend to run Marathons and would like to know how to effectively [...]

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Another Definite Chief Aim

Jun 01, 2002 12:25 AM

As a single parent time is in short supply for physical and martial arts training. Since my attention is directed primarily towards being a father, I have little time eac [...]

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More on Kettlebells and Infantry Fitness

Jun 01, 2002 12:22 AM

The previous article submitted was one man's happy experience with fitness tools that are fast, easy and fun. Having had about a year to play with KB's, we now have some [...]

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Some Thoughts on Kettlebell Training and Infantry Fitness

May 31, 2002 11:29 PM

I just finished Annual Training (AT) with the National Guard Light Infantry unit to which I am assigned. We spent 6 days in the field doing Search and Attack missions. [...]

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