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Why you should submit details about your agency or department’s safety or wellness program to NLEOMF’s Destination Zero Program–
Submit your safety or wellness program to NLEOMF’s Destination Zero innovative program that encourages and supports peace officer wellness
How to stay sane while earning your degree–
Planning for finances and setting time aside for family are as important as choosing the right courses to support your career goals
How much does inadequate sleep affect you?–
A recent study shows most LEOs are working over 1,000 hours of overtime each year. What are the effects of fatigue, both on and off the job?
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Police wellness program–
Captain Brian Nanavaty of Indianapolis PD discusses the Police Wellness Program his department has implemented to help officers suffering from a variety of issues ranging from professional, neurological, personal, addiction or health problems.
Ontario Provincial Police Association - "Here for You" Video–
Times have changed -- Ontario and Canada face new challenges, from white collar crime to cyberbullies. That's why we're here for our communities. We're here for you. Our members work hard every day to keep our communities safe, healthy, and prosperous. Smart, well-trained, and committed, our members provide effective (and cost-effective) policing services to 322 Ontario communities. From Essex to Thessalon to Thunder Bay -- across nearly a million square kilometres of land and 100,000 square kilometres of waterways -- our members are proud to serve.
Fitness with Di Naso: Prehabilitation of the Lower Back–
James Di Naso gives us pointers on how to safely develop functional strength to use on the street.
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
Winning Over Injury - A Tactically Oriented Approach to Treating Injured Officers
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.
Baddest MF in the Gym–
Be the baddest MF in your gym with Muscle Fortress!
Muscle Fortress Short Spot–
Muscle Fortress' mission is to deliver superior formulations to help you achieve maximum results for your efforts. Our products are designed and manufactured by strict standards and practices. Our products are always made from the highest quality raw ingredients. We never skimp or compromise. We use our products ourselves, and stand by every product that we make.
Althea Olsen: Maintaining a Healthy Home Environment–
Althea Olsen is therapist who also happens to be married to a police officer. In this video, Althea explains that the same skill sets that make you a good cop can actually work against you when you come home to your spouse.
Travis Yates: The Importance of Good Eyesight–
PoliceOne Senior Editor sits down to talk to Captain Travis Yates about the importance of good eyesight.
How to Utilize Heart Rate Monitors in Police Fitness Training–
Renowned police trainer, Kathy Vonk, discusses her use of heart rate monitors to help academy participants realize how hard they are working themselves. Monitors are commonly used to measure stress performance in reality based training.
Improving Training Performance with Competition–
Lead Fitness Instructor at WCC Police Academy, Kathy Vonk, sits down with Dave Smith to discuss the benefits of combining competetive techniques with training in order to build a positive attitude among participants. When participants develop a positive attitude towards physical activity it is likely that they will continue a program beyond the academy in the future. Her philosophy elicits 100% effort by incorporating unique exercises that make physical fitness both entertaining and intense.
Joel Lashley: Hospital/Law Enforcement Interface–
Senior Officer Joel Lashley discussed one of the critical high risk points in the custodial process of any suspect and that is when they are at a health care facility. He discusses the issues of protecting yourself, the medical personnel and other people who will be at increased risk due to the vulnerability of non-institutional health care providers. This is a subject we rarely think about but can be a matter of life and death if fail to follow some important basics
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