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Progress Report: Week 1

Making slight improvements,but putting this out there as a baseline for my progress. Today is August 25, 2016 and I weigh 168 lbs and have a body fat percentage of 26.8. 23 more words

Physical Characteristics & Performance of Tactical Personnel: Full-Time versus Part-Time

Research Paper Title

Differences in Physical Characteristics and Performance Measures of Part-Time and Full- Time Tactical Personnel: A Critical Narrative Review.

Background

Tactical personnel such as military, law enforcement and fire and rescue personnel routinely perform physically strenuous occupational tasks, requiring strength, endurance and cardiovascular fitness.  209 more words

Military Fitness

The Last 3% - Or the Struggle to 10% Body Fat

I have been cutting my calories for quite a while now to get my body fat percentage down to ~10% before I go on a “bulk” (calorie surplus) so that I can add lean muscle mass. 417 more words

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#17.Lost 5 inches all round; time for a wardrobe overhaul

After 5 months and 2 weeks of this journey towards my set weight goal, I have finally decided that I have no option but to get a completely new wardrobe. 1,268 more words

Results Are In! My 28-Day Challenge with Composition ID

Twenty-eight days ago, I did my first DEXA scan with Composition ID, a body fat composition testing company here in DC.  Since then, I’ve made a few tweaks with the aim of reducing my body fat percentage and lowering my total weight, outcomes that I am hopeful will improve my marathon times.   1,475 more words

Marathon Training

Jumping off point

To begin the ActivTrax 30-day challenge, I decided to start with some basic measurements that are commonly used in the fitness world when people are looking to make body modifications. 520 more words

Fitness

Body Fat Measurement with Composition ID

Weight.  We all know that weight is just a number… that in addition to not telling us anything about a person’s worth or talents or soul or beauty or likelihood of landing on the cover of Sports Illustrated, it also doesn’t tell us all that much about their health. 1,144 more words

Marathons