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April 22, 2008

Fitness with Di Naso: Working the Core

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.


April 22, 2008

Perspectives: Lt. Colonel Dave Grossman on School Violence, Causes & Response

Leading law enforcement trainer and author of the Pulitzer-nominated book, On Killing, Lt. Col. Dave Grossman recently spent some time with PoliceOneTV discussing school violence. With his unique combination of passion, humor, and intensity, Col. Grossman gives viewers much to ponder concerning societal changes and how they affect our youth, our culture, and the way we police in today's often violent and unpredictable world.

Learn more about Lt. Col. Dave Grossman:

Wikipedia Page
Killology Research Group Biography
On Killing: The Psychological Cost of Learning to Kill in War and Society


Relevant PoliceOne Links:

Visit the School Violence Topic
Read recent School Violence articles
Watch videos related to School Violence
PoliceOne Feature: Law Enforcement's role on school threat assessment teams


April 14, 2008

Charlotte Rappley: Officer Suicide

Dave Smith interviews Charlotte Rappley about her husbands suicide and her new mission to help establish suicide awareness and prevention programs during officer training. She also takes on the tough issue of how agencies and families are caught in a tragic aftermath when a brother or sister officer takes their own life and how often surviving family members are forgotten in our own grief and confusion.

Learn more about Sgt. Mike Rappley


Related Links:

Read Jim Glennon's column, Surviving the Streets
Visit the Training section
Visit the Officer Safety section (Secure)

Visit the Health - Physical and Mental Fitness Topic


March 30, 2008

Fitness with Di Naso: Prehabilitation of the Shoulders

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.

March 24, 2008

Fitness with Di Naso: Front to Backward Lunge

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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Visit the Health - Physical and Mental Fitness topic


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.


March 20, 2008

Perspectives: Deputy Superintendent Quaye, Ghana


Duration: 04:06

Type: P1TV Original

March 09, 2008

Fitness with Di Naso: Introduction

PoliceOne’s fitness expert introduces his approach to police fitness based on the most recent research into functional strength. This is part one of 12 segments James is contributing to P1TV.


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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.


March 09, 2008

Fitness with Di Naso: Back to Basics - The Split Squat

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.


March 09, 2008

Fitness with Di Naso: Back to Basics - The Bench Squat

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?
Chicago's top cop wants force in better shape
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Visit the Health - Physical and Mental Fitness topic


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.





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