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When properly performed exercise can stimulate the body to produce dramatic improvements in muscular strength and endurance, bone strength, cardiovascular and metabolic conditioning, flexibility, and body composition. However, when improperly performed, exercise can produce serious injury. There are several general safety considerations which must be observed to reduce this risk. Slow, controlled speed of movement […]
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A quick rant, since this keeps coming up in social media… If people are really concerned about police use of force (which contrary to uninformed opinion is not a significant problem in the US) I think it is necessary that we raise physical fitness standards for officers. Force is a continuum. On one end we […]
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