New Selection Training Packet Available and Price Reduction on All Training Packets

MTI currently offers several training plan packets. These packets include 4+ training plans for a discounted price. This week we have reduced all of the prices of the training packets, so that they are 30% the full retail price of the plans included. Training Packets Available: Virtue Series Packet Military Strength Packet Ruck Based Selection […]

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Mountain Tactical Advanced Programming Seminar, Oct 31 – Nov 3

By Rob Shaul Late October/Early November we’ll be offering an intense,  4-day Mountain Tactical Advanced Programming Seminar at our facility in Jackson, Wyoming. This intense seminar is designed for experienced athletes wanting to lean more about strength and conditioning program design, as well as professional coaches/trainers ready to take the next step in their programming […]

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Black Rifle Nation

By Rob Shaul Last Spring, we were planning to send a researcher to Oregon during the standoff at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon just when the standoff ended. I was interested in the tactical training and experience of the refuge occupiers, and how local and federal law enforcement was responding to this new […]

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Mini Study Finds 1 Lb On Your Feet = 4 Lbs On Your Back for Slow Hiking Pace

by Kyle Bochanski Rucking Rules About a year ago, MTI posted an article reviewing previous studies to create a list of “5 Military Rucking Rules Every Backpacker Should Know”. Some of these rules we tested again as we developed our MTI Route Card. We wanted to ensure accurate predictions of rucking times based on distance, speed, […]

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Latest Thinking: Durability

By Rob Shaul I’ve always been somewhat of a contrarian when it comes to durability. In the fitness world, there is an entire subset industry build around “durability.” Durability “experts” range from acupuncture practitioners to Physical Therapists, to K-Star apostles, to EXOS-trained strength and conditioning coaches. Over the years, we’ve tried many of the detailed, […]

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Chassis Integrity 2.0

By Rob Shaul I first deployed our Chassis Integrity methodology of midsection training last summer. The theory continues to evolve and here’s the latest: Chassis Integrity alternates between two types of circuits: (1) ART Three exercises – Anti Rotation, Rotation and Total Core completed in a 15-20 minute Grind for Time Example: 20 Minute Grind … […]

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Roles, Responsibilities and Limitations of a Unit Fitness Leader

By Rob Shaul We have a distinctly different view of the job description for a Unit Fitness Leader or “Peer Fitness Coordinator/Leader” from what has been traditionally put in place at many tactical units – military, LE and Fire/Rescue: Below we break down our vision of the role, and responsibilities of Unit Fitness Leaders, as […]

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