January 21, 2019 | View as webpage
It is said that it takes 21 days to break a bad habit or make a new one. Now three weeks into the New Year, you may find yourself starting to stray from the resolutions you faithfully made on January 1 to eat healthier, exercise more and reduce stress in your life.

The articles in today’s newsletter are designed to come to your rescue with some extra motivation. From incorporating tactical yoga into your physical fitness routine to embracing mindfulness in policing, our experts share their top tips to help you achieve the physical, mental and emotional fortitude required to excel as a law enforcement officer today.

Have you stayed true to your New Year's resolutions? Email editor@policeone.com to share your success stories.
HEALTH AND WELLNESS TIPS
How to develop a tactical yoga routine
Follow this movement system to help avoid injuries and release stress for improved job performance.
How to have a healthy lifestyle in the new year
It’s not impossible to lose weight or live healthier, but it is a conscious decision that you have to make.
How to maintain adequate LEO physical fitness
So that you can beat all the odds that are against you, maintaining adequate LEO physical fitness should be your own personal condition of employment.
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3 ways cops can take fitness to the next level
Try the three moves described here by a fellow LEO to build strength and avoid injury.
How to manage stress in police work
Too many officers turn to unhealthy options to hide from the stresses and emotions that come with our profession.
Is there a place for ‘mindfulness’ in policing?
Here's what “mindfulness” really is, and how it can benefit officers and organizations.
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VFC Helps Secure Convictions for Federal Public Defenders
Find out how VFC is helping US Law Enforcement to find and present simple and clear evidence. Use it to review, record or export and demonstrate digital criminality in a clear and simple format.
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