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Kettlebell Reverse Fly

This exercise is designed to target the muscles in you upper back and scapula.  The reverse fly will also work a number of supporting muscles like your shoulders, triceps, core, and quads to name a few when preforming from the push up position.
 
Hold a solid push up position with out arching your back.  Position your hands below your shoulders and with the kettlebell in one hand start reaching your hand from the floor to the ceiling.  Try to keep your arm locked and the kettlebell out.  Focus on pulling or creating the movement from your back, between your shoulder blades.  You will feel the tension run through the back of your shoulders and triceps as you try to keep your arm locked out.  Watch the kettlebell to help keep it balanced and at the top the bottom of the kettlebell should be facing the ceiling.  Don't sag your hips here, tighten your obliques to keep your hips up.  Now keeping your arm locked slow and controlled bring the kettlebell back to the ground the same way, and repeat.
 
For more exercises, in greater detail, please visit our shop or look for up coming courses!

Trident Fitness Lunch Break Shooting Drills

The goal of our tactical shooting courses are to help individuals shoot and move faster and more efficiently.  This video was not scripted or practiced just like real world applications or conflicts wouldnt be.  Training your body to move, while keeping a good shooting foundation, is the key.  We practice and teach people of all levels how to accomplish this through various tactical training courses.

Along with  having a good shooting foundation is a good fitness foundation.  To preform at a high level of combat shooting you have to also train your body to preform the movements.  To start, you want to develop the ability to get on the ground and stand back up with out putting your hands on the ground.  This will enable you to keep control of your weapon and stay engaged with the target the entire time.  It seem like a simple task, but with out a fitness foundation you will find it to be very challenging.  Luckily we can help you with this as well!

The goal of our tactical shooting courses are to help individuals shoot and move faster and more efficiently.  This video was not scripted or practiced just like real world applications or conflicts wouldnt be.  Training your body to move, while keeping a good shooting foundation, is the key.  We practice and teach people of all levels how to accomplish this through various tactical training courses.

Gorilla Jumping Pullups

If it ain't raining, we ain't training!!

Preform a pull up and at the top punch your hands up over the bar.  Try to carry the momentum from the pull up to get yourself air borne at the top of the pull up.  As you start coming back down grab the bar with your arms bend so that you can decelerate yourself with your arms.  Once your arms are at a full extension let go with one hand bringing your arm down to your side.  Your body will swing in the direction of the holding arm.  Swing your free arm back up and grab the bar again and repeat the pull up.  At the bottom each time rotate hands.

 

Tactical Pistol Course

If it ain't training we ain't training