FAQ

Q: Do you train Civilians people?

A: Of course. Training for health and training are performance are very similar, however the emphasis of importance are different. An LEO candidate needs to meet certain performance markers, while a civilian needs to meet less strict markers. There is a fine line between training for health and performance.

 

Q: HOW DO I GET STARTED?

A: Book a free 20 minute consult and check out the blog for free resources and workouts. During the consult we will establish your goals and what program option is right for you.

 

Q: Do you have an online training program?

A: Yes, a POPAT/PARE eBook is currently in development. Sign up here to be kept up to date and notified when the eBook becomes available.

 

Q: HOW DO you STRUCTURE the PROGRAMS?

A: Our programs are structured based on information about you, and what your goals are.  After an initial assessment, we will first address any asymmetries or mobility restrictions.  After this, your program begins pushing you directly toward your goals in an efficient but fun manner.

 

Q: How long does it take to prepare for a physical abilities test (PAT)?

A: It depends. There are many factors that go into how an individual with fare on the PATs, such as current fitness level, height and weight, gender and athletic background. Some PATs are also easier than others (e.g. COPAT), while some are significantly more challenging (e.g. POPAT).

 

Q: WHAT IS MOBILITY? IS IT THE SAME AS FLEXIBILITY?

A: "Mobility" refers to your ability to move your joints through a full, functional range of motion. "Flexibility" is only the ability for a muscle to stretch, and is not a functional measure of performance or predictor of ability.