Tag Archives: CrossFit

Unconventional Training Tools: DIY Tire and Drag Harnesses

The tire and drag harness is probably the cheapest and most effective training tool in our arsenal. It’s simple design… View Article

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Living Better: Make Your Body Work For You

The phrase “survival of the fittest” has often been associated with various facets of society, but most often when depicting… View Article

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The DIY Gym: 8 Pieces of Equipment That Will Get You Strong & Save You Money

ITS Tactical Editor-in-Chief’s note: This post was written by Brett & Kate McKay and originally ran on The Art of… View Article

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Corps Strength Fitness Program: Initial Review

I recently received a fitness book called Corps Strength from former U.S. Marine Master Gunnery Sergeant Paul Roarke, who had… View Article

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Shooting Accurately Under Stress

While shooting accurately under stress is not a new concept, it’s one that’s very important to consider working into your… View Article

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Military Athlete and Mountain Athlete

If you haven’t stumbled across Rob Shaul’s excellent fitness Web sites, Military Athlete and Mountain Athlete, we highly suggest you… View Article

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