Swat Fitness

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Operational Tactics, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 324 pages
SWAT Fitness is an educational resource designed to present critical information on how to develop and enhance the human body through exercise, proper nutrition, and weight management. Essential information on basic anatomy, muscular function, and nutrition illustrates how the human body functions. Information on flexibility, aerobic, anaerobic, resistance, strength, metabolic, and skill training provides a complete understanding of diverse exercises that must be incorporated in a comprehensive training program. A wide variety of training concepts and routines offer the opportunity to create a customized training program for every individual to obtain maximum results. Information on rehabilitative training sets guidelines and training methods that allow you to adapt your training program to the nature of your injury. There are many publications available presenting information on a wide variety of fitness-related topics. SWAT Fitness is the first book of its kind designed to take its readers down a comprehensive path to achieve the ultimate level of fitness required by elite SWAT officers.

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The Importance of Physical Fitness
Basic Anatomy and Muscular Function
Flexibility Training

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About the author (2003)

Matt Brzycki is the Assistant Director of Campus Recreation, Fitness at Princeton University and coadjutant in the Department of Exercise Science and Sport Studies at Rutgers University where he teaches a course in Principles of Weight Training. He has authored 8 books, co-authored 7 books and edited 2 books and written more than 450 articles/columns on strength and fitness published in 45 different publications. He has nearly 30 years of experience in collegiate strength and fitness.

James E. McGreevey was the governor of New Jersey from January 2002 to November 2004. Born in Jersey City, he earned degrees from Columbia, Georgetown, and Harvard before serving three terms as the mayor of Woodbridge, New Jersey. After a narrow defeat in 1997, he was elected to the governor's seat in 2001. He lives in Plainfield, New Jersey with his partner, Mark O'Donnell. He has two daughters, Jacqueline and Morag.

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