A few things you can do: #1 “Doorknobs” : With weight ranging from 1-5 lbs (5 lbs is usually plenty)—->rest forearms on bench or like I do: Sit up with knees bent & rest the meaty part of your forearms palms down over knees. Dumb bell in each hand—>turn like your turning a doorknob. Incorporate … More Hold A Rifle Forever
UPDATE: I love police fitness & do want that. It fits well in with….me. However, I need to move home. I’m still taking steps back from some things. I don’t know what I want. Police fitness or something else. Dance again? I love that. A fractured c-spine took me out. I had no right arm … More Relapse
You’re going to get hungry. You’re going to need to eat. Plan ahead. Pack. Don’t do McDonald’s, BurgerKing or any of those others nasty places. STAY AWAY. 🙂 #1 PROTEIN Meats, Eggs, Fish (preferably fatty), Beans & Lentils, Nuts & Peanut Butter, Seeds #2 CARBS Oatmeal, Quinoa, Sweet Potatoes & Yams, White potatoes are okay … More Lunch Packs For Cops
You’re still taking in more (calories) than you need. I don’t count calories or I may occasionally just to see where I’m hitting. I’m one of those people who it doesn’t really matter how much I’m eating and part of that reason is because I eat clean. So if you think you might be taking … More Why You MIGHT Not Be Losing Weight 😦
This is good stuff for those: Who wish to strengthen their backs. With lower back issues Who have pulled out their backs (ever). Who are Police Officers, Firefighters, and Paramedics. 1. Supermans/Back Bows: Lay face down on the floor. Arms & Legs are to go up at the same time—> try to not have arms … More The Police Officer’s Lower Back
One of my favorites when I want a mini good workout but not feeling super creative: 1 minute burpees ( Change to skip-roping if not a huge burpee fan) 30 secs-1 min REST 1 minute jump squats 30 secs-1 min REST Do this 5X. Great for quads, hamstrings. Some cardio. Some plyometrics tossed in.