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What leadership lessons did you learn from the worst leader you ever had? We fondly remember our best leaders, and not so fondly our worst, but in hindsight we often learn the most about leadership from those bad experiences.  We want to hear your experiences.  What leadership lessons did you learn from the worst leader […]

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Shooting School Project: Initial Results

Over the years, conversations with our tactical athletes have left the impression that shooting schools, a vital training element for tactical units, are selected using less than formal approaches.  As part of our long term goal of providing our tactical athletes a methodical approach to selecting the best schools for their units’ training requirements, we solicited […]

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Do Trekking Poles Make You More Efficient?

Part I: Previous Research and Mini-Study #1 Adam Scott, MS, CSCS One of the many things which Military and Mountain Athletes have in common is the requirement to move over ground (typically under load).  This prevailing operational demand is a critical component in the MTI training philosophy. As long as this demand remains, MTI is going […]

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Why Haven’t You Applied for the MTI Scrum?

By Rob Shaul Thus far we’ve received applications from junior and senior military officers, senior firefighters, seasoned law enforcement officers, young mountain athletes, outdoor educators and tactical strength and conditioning coaches. We’re still waiting for yours!  The MTI Scrum is a free opportunity, June 10-12, 2016, for front line mountain and tactical athletes, coaches, mountain […]

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