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June 25, 2008

Fitness with Di Naso: The Bench Press

James Di Naso gives us pointers on how to safely develop functional strength to use on the street.


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About James Di Naso:

James Di Naso is co-owner and police performance director of Police Kinesiology Co. and an instructor for North East Multi-Regional Training Inc., a regional police academy in Illinois.

James is a member of the American Society for Law Enforcement Training and the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association and has presented at both organizations’ annual conferences. He has trained hundreds of federal, state, county and city law enforcement officers over the past three years.

Before focusing his efforts on training law enforcement officers, James worked for 15 years as a sports performance coach training athletes at every level, including professional athletes from the National Football League and Major League Baseball. James holds a master’s degree in exercise science from Eastern Illinois University as well as professional certifications from the National Strength and Conditioning Association and the United States Weightlifting Federation.

June 09, 2008

Fitness with Di Naso: The Lat Pull Down

James Di Naso gives us pointers on how to safely develop functional strength to use on the street.


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About James Di Naso:

James Di Naso is co-owner and police performance director of Police Kinesiology Co. and an instructor for North East Multi-Regional Training Inc., a regional police academy in Illinois.

James is a member of the American Society for Law Enforcement Training and the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association and has presented at both organizations’ annual conferences. He has trained hundreds of federal, state, county and city law enforcement officers over the past three years.

Before focusing his efforts on training law enforcement officers, James worked for 15 years as a sports performance coach training athletes at every level, including professional athletes from the National Football League and Major League Baseball. James holds a master’s degree in exercise science from Eastern Illinois University as well as professional certifications from the National Strength and Conditioning Association and the United States Weightlifting Federation.

June 09, 2008

Pete Bludworth: High Risk Transport in Corrections

Corrections Trainer Pete Bludworth explains how to conduct a high risk transport. His points are not only effective for correctional settings but will also make YOU safer in all the transports you conduct in the course of you daily duties!

Learn more:

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May 23, 2008

Ed Nowicki: ILEETA

One of the great leaders in law enforcement training, Ed Nowicki is the Executive Director of ILEETA, the leading police training association and the author of several highly regarding books and anthologies. Ed shares his ideas about training and the role of ILEETA in today’s high risk environment.

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May 23, 2008

Fitness with Di Naso: The Pull Up

James Di Naso gives us pointers on how to safely develop functional strength to use on the street.


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The Law of Exercise Specificity: Is your workout really going to help you in the field?
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About James Di Naso:

James Di Naso is co-owner and police performance director of Police Kinesiology Co. and an instructor for North East Multi-Regional Training Inc., a regional police academy in Illinois.

James is a member of the American Society for Law Enforcement Training and the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association and has presented at both organizations’ annual conferences. He has trained hundreds of federal, state, county and city law enforcement officers over the past three years.

Before focusing his efforts on training law enforcement officers, James worked for 15 years as a sports performance coach training athletes at every level, including professional athletes from the National Football League and Major League Baseball. James holds a master’s degree in exercise science from Eastern Illinois University as well as professional certifications from the National Strength and Conditioning Association and the United States Weightlifting Federation.


May 12, 2008

Pete Bludworth: Problems Facing Corrections Today

Outstanding Corrections Trainer Pete Bludworth describes the key issues facing correctional officers today and some solutions to help deal with ever changing threats posed by today's incarcerated criminals.

Learn more:

www.rrbsystems.com


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May 12, 2008

Fitness with Di Naso: The Push Up

James Di Naso gives us pointers on how to safely develop functional strength to use on the street.


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The Law of Exercise Specificity: Is your workout really going to help you in the field?
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About James Di Naso:

James Di Naso is co-owner and police performance director of Police Kinesiology Co. and an instructor for North East Multi-Regional Training Inc., a regional police academy in Illinois.

James is a member of the American Society for Law Enforcement Training and the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association and has presented at both organizations’ annual conferences. He has trained hundreds of federal, state, county and city law enforcement officers over the past three years.

Before focusing his efforts on training law enforcement officers, James worked for 15 years as a sports performance coach training athletes at every level, including professional athletes from the National Football League and Major League Baseball. James holds a master’s degree in exercise science from Eastern Illinois University as well as professional certifications from the National Strength and Conditioning Association and the United States Weightlifting Federation.

April 29, 2008

Steve Ashley: Risk Reduction Expert

Prolific law enforcement author and Risk Analyst, Steve Ashley explains the best ways to control liability and risk for an agency and each officer.  Focusing on the reasons we get hurt or sued, Steve explains the steps in mitigating those risks and not only reducing the agency’s liability but the chances of officers getting injured.

Learn more about Steve Ashley:

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April 28, 2008

Guy Rossi: Becoming a Law Enforcement Writer

Highly regarded trainer and writer, Guy Rossi explains the steps you can take to begin expanding your law enforcement contributions to include writing. Guy has taught classes for many years for aspiring police authors and he takes you step by step in beginning your writing career.

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