Busy Operator V is an intense, 7-week, 5 day/week balanced training which concurrently trains strength, work capacity, chassis integrity and endurance in relatively equally proportions.
The training sessions in this plan are designed for tactical athletes who have limited daily training time, and are designed to last 35-45 minutes.
This is Version 1 of the Plan, Built July 2019
Busy Operator V trains strength two ways: (1) MTI’s Super Squat Progression for the Back Squat and Bench Press, and; (2) MTI’s Leg Blaster progression, supersetted with Scotty Bobs and Pull ups / Chin Ups.
Trained via 10-minute and, single mode, and multi-mode events.
You’ll complete 15 minute ART and Low Back Complex Circuits. ART Circuits train a Anti-Rotation, Rotation, and Total core exercise. Low Back Circuits train three low back exercises in the same circuit.
Trained via a 2 Mile Running Assessment and follow-on 1-Mile repeats based on your assessment time.
- Monday – Strength
- Tuesday – Work Capacity, Chassis Integrity
- Wednesday – Endurance
- Thursday – Strength
- Friday – Work Capacity, Chassis Integrity
This program is specifically designed for military and other tactical athletes. Completion of the program requires a fully-equipped functional gym, complete with barbells, racks, sandbags and plyo boxes.
How long will sessions last?
These training sessions are specifically designed to be completed in 30-45 minutes. Work briskly, but not frantically, through these training sessions.
What if I miss a day?
If you miss a day, make up the session you missed the next day and follow the programming as prescribed. Don’t skip ahead.
Any modifications for women?
These are prescribed in the training plan. For example, if the session calls for Power Cleans at 85/135#, the first load – 85# – is for women, and the second load – 135# – is for men. If the plan calls for 5/10x Push Ups, this means women do 5x push ups, men do 10x push ups.
Can I see sample training?
Click the “Sample Training” tab above to see the entire first week of programming.
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Before beginning any exercise program, consult with your physician to ensure that you are in proper health. Physical training contains inherent risks including, but not limited to, muscle strains, tears, physical and bodily injury up to and including death. This training program is not meant to provide medical advice; you should obtain medical advice from your private health care practitioner. If you are unable to assume these risks then you should not engage in this training program. No liability is assumed by Mountain Tactical Institute, Inc, its owners or employees, and you train at your own risk. Mountain Tactical Institute makes no warranty, express or implied, of any kind in connection with this training program.