Checkout the introduction to the Landmine Rotational Movement for Tactical Athletes from Greg Mihovich, contributing coach to Full Spectrum Warrior.
Sometimes you need to be able to throw someone and if you have a base level of fitness, it's time to graduate to multiplane and rotational explosive movements so you can.
Members of the FSW membership can check out Greg's complete Landmine series.
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In this video, Rich discusses how trust speeds up team success, how micromanagement breeds discontent, how the opportunity to fail leads to trust, and how those trusted have to do what they say.
For more information on how trust speeds up team success, he highly recommends the book, Speed of Success by Steven Covey. To support Rich in the work that he does, consider using this Amazon Affiliate link to get your copy of this book: Speed of Trust
Rich Graham covers a great progression to open up tight hips to allow for more dynamic and fluid movements.
Being able to move quickly into a more tactical position without injury means more combat effectiveness.
If you have great flexibility, try building strength in that position as demonstrated in the video. You can try plate carriers, KBs, or a combination of both.
Most concealed carry holders don't carry the full-size handguns that they use and train with at the range. Instead, they opt to carry a smaller frame handgun.
How does a smaller frame impact trigger finger position and discipline?
In the video above, Rich Graham discusses a technique for trigger finger discipline for smaller frames.
Watch as Rich Graham discusses how to climb a rope and gives techniques to make your climb more efficient.
This technique allows you to use your legs to climb instead of your arms.
You stand up on the rope and move your arms up so you can stand again.
This technique allows climbing even wearing body armor and kitted up because you are using more leg than arms.