Train for duty. Train for life.
EXOS' law enforcement performance training isn't just about making you stronger. It's also about helping you become quicker and more agile while reducing your risk of injury. As a law enforcement officer, you never know what situation you'll face next.
The physical demands on your body, at any moment, can be tremendous. Using an integrated system that incorporates duty-specific movement training with nutrition and recovery strategies, law enforcement officers prepare for the daily physical stresses of duty, while also decreasing the potential for injury.
Integrated Training System Focused on Law Enforcement Performance
An integrated training system incorporates performance training, nutrition, and physical therapy to meet the demands and rigors of being a law enforcement officer. Combining strength, speed, agility, and flexibility along with proper nutrition and recovery strategies is essential to being able to perform the necessary duties and responsibilities of the job, while also decreasing the potential for injury and eliminating everyday aches and pains.
- Strength and power
- Speed and agility
- Recovery strategies
- Nutrition plans to meet body composition goals
- On-site food services
- Pre- and post-training nutrition
- Injury recovery
- Post-surgery recovery
EXOS currently offers the following programs for law enforcement officers:
- Workman's compensation rehabilitation
- Training through our adult programs
- Customized training and nutrition education for departments
EXOS takes great pride in training law enforcement officers as tactical athletes and continually strives to provide the best practices to support the efforts of the men and women in the line of duty.
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