Tactical Performance Program
Training for Tactical Performance
Improve Clarity, Focus and Mental Toughness
Our Tactical Performance Program is built on scientifically proven, evidence-based breathing techniques to improve clarity, focus and mental toughness while increasing performance and resilience under stressful situations.
We will assess each client to establish a baseline on physical ability and mental fitness while identifying dysfunctional breathing patterns. We then devise a unique tactical training regimen based on unique training objectives and specific requirements to deliver the highest success rate possible by enhancing the skillset and physical and mental toughness of our clients.
Breath Control for High-Responsibility, High-Impact Professionals
Breathwork training helps clients step back from emotional reactions and access the intelligence and prowess of their own breath-body-mind connection to establish new patterns and clear focused responses on the obstacle race course or in the line of duty.
The combination of our unique Breath Control training exercises and experience working with military personnel, first responders, professional athletes and Olympic medalists form the backbone of our tactical performance program, which has been designed to improve physical and psychological fitness for:
- special forces
- law enforcement (Police Officers, RCMP)
- correction officers
- tactical athletes and obstacle race competitors
Tactical athletes wanting to enhance their peak performance and dominate military-inspired obstacle course races – OCR such as Spartan Race, Tough Mudder, Civilian Military Combine or Warrior Dash to name a few.
Canadian Forces recruits preparing for the mental toughness and physical fitness required for basic training in the military.
Prospects of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police – RCMP preparing for the Physical Abilities Requirement Evaluation – PARE
New police officers aiming to join the police force must first complete the Peace Officers Physical Abilities Test – POPAT it is highly recommended that all applicants prepare physically and mentally for this test.
Canadian Firefighters require strong aerobic capacity for the rigors of the everyday job which can include running stairs, climbing ladders and more. New firefighter candidates will have to endure the physical and mental training requirements of the:
- Candidate Physical Ability Test – CPAT
- The National Fire Protection Association – NFPA 1582
- The Canadian Physical Performance Exchange Standard – WFX-FIT test is also required of Type 1 Wildland Firefighters in Canada.
Individual starting a career as a Correctional officer either for Corrections Canada or BC Corrections will have to undergo the Corrections Officer Physical Abilities Testing – COPAT
Elite military personnel with the Canadian Armed Forces who are determined, highly motivated, intelligent, reliable and physically / mentally fit may apply to any of the five units of the Canadian Special Operations Forces Command – CANSOFCOM such as the Joint Task Force 2 – JTF 2 Special Operations Unit. Breath Control for Tactical Performance training can help to improve candidates likelihood of success in every phase of the application process.
Joint Task Force 2 – JTF 2 Recruitment Training
Phase #1 – Physical Fitness Test – PFT
Phase #2 – JTF 2 Assessment Center (AC) or Assessment Phase (AP) – This structured assessment process is designed to measure performance while placing clients under physical and mental stress. Candidates are assessed on several critical attributes linked to task and tactical performance on the job. Extreme levels of physical fitness and personal motivation are required for a successful completion.
Breath Control for Tactical Performance training will help prepare candidates for the following assessments conducted in high stress tactical environments.
- Aerobic and Anaerobic physical fitness
- Phobia tests:
- Water confidence
- Confined spaces
- Performing effectively at height
- Individual problem solving under physical and psychological distress
- teamwork and interpersonal skills
Phase #3 Special Operations Assaulter Course – SOAC
The SOAC is seven months in duration where candidates receive advanced training in
- Insertion / Extraction Techniques
- Land Navigation and Patrolling
Trusted Breathwork Techniques with Proven Results
We have collaborated with active duty US Navy SEALS, Royal Danish Frogman Corps, Canadian Forces Personnel, Veterans, Firefighters, Police Officers, Paramedics and Physicians to gather wisdom based on real life experiences to develop our world-class Tactical Performance Training program.
The US Navy SEALS have adopted our breathwork techniques to invoke focus, clarity and calm before a tactical operation or going into battle. These are not new age cuddly people, Navy SEALS only use technologies that work, they will not use anything else.
The Royal Danish Frogmen Corps have recently implemented our breathing exercises and techniques as a mandatory training regiment for all active duty personnel in order to;
- increase mental toughness and composure
- improve physical fitness (strength, flexibility and endurance)
- improve resiliency to potential Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD and Occupational Stress Injury OSI incidents
Breath Control Training for High-Stress Tactical Environments
The Breath Control for Tactical Performance training program only implements technologies and training methods that work, we do not use anything else. Our unique breathwork techniques and breathing exercises can alter the biochemical composition of your blood to equip you with razor sharp judgement, focus and clarity as well as ensure your body is functioning at peak performance.
Breath Control Training for Tactical Performance Program can be delivered via:
- In-person private training sessions
- On-location group clinics or workshops
“Training gives us an outlet for suppressed energies created by stress and thus tones the spirit just as exercise conditions the body.” -Arnold Schwarzenegger