SWAT Gets New Program
SWAT teams have a new program to improve their performance called Practical Applied Stress Training (P.A.S.T.) Developed by owner of www.OptimalSWAT.com, Will Brink. Brink is a well-known fitness trainer and writer, who is also an adjunct trainer for Smith & Wesson’s firearms academy.
“The P.A.S.T. Program was developed from my work with tactical law enforcement on improving their performance and overall fitness which lead me to see a need for a more ’real world’ approach to how SWAT teams train” says Brink who does training and seminars for both law enforcement as well as athletes and everyday people.
As Brink notes “In recent years, there has been a paradigm shift in how the tactical community approaches it’s training designed to better prepare them for the job, which strives to improve their general physical preparedness for the job via an emphasis on more ’functional” training’ training that focuses on real world stresses.”
This program was offered to law enforcement only via Smith & Wesson Training Academy, but is now available in print as a training guide from http://www.optimalswat.com
“Budgets to send officers off to expensive courses have been cut back drastically in the current economic climate, so putting together something in print any department can afford and put to use for their tactical teams right away seemed to make sense, and the response so far has been very positive” said Brink.
P.A.S.T. style training allows SWAT officers - who tend to be some of the best trained and conditioned police officers on the department they work - to experience an enhanced level of job related stress training that will take their performance to yet higher levels.
www.OptimalSWAT.com focuses on improving the performance, health, and fitness levels of tactical Law enforcement (e.g., SWAT, etc), as well as other groups, and the P.A.S.T. Program information can be found at www.OptimalSWAT.com web site.
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