Articles Filed Under 'Plan Your Fitness'

Thursday, October 19th, 2017

How’s Your Brain?

mental strength comes from regular conditioning much like you would do for your physical Self in the gym but these exercises are different and the gymnasium is also different. For the purposes of our discussion here I want you to think about the cognitive functions that are critical to your performance in your capacity as a law enforcement professional or other emergency responder role. At The Law Enforcement Survival Institute we teach that the 13 Primary Areas of Mental Conditioning for all Emergency Responders are

Wednesday, December 21st, 2016

End Overwhelm Now

Overwhelm is epidemic across most of the modern world. Our nervous systems aren’t designed to keep up with the rate and scope of change. Get free access to a new book on ending overwhelm. In her new book End Overwhelm Now Karen Van Cleve gives you the steps you need to Take Control of Your Life!

Monday, March 7th, 2016

Using Kims Game To Improve Your Memory

Consider using Kim’s Game at your next roll-call training session as a simple way to build your memory and observation skills.

Sunday, January 3rd, 2016

Plant the Seeds for Comprehensive Fitness Today!

Why don’t you use this new year to recharge your batteries and set some fresh goals to take care of yourself. Why don’t you create a positive mindset of comprehensive fitness for your Self and begin today.

Sunday, July 26th, 2015

Power Food For Law Enforcement

Law enforcement officers should be fueling their bodies properly with fresh, nutritious foods and have the best possible high-energy substitutes available for emergency or long duration situations. We have some suggestions and want other recommendations from law enforcement officers and nutritional professionals on what you should eat and what you should carry with you during your work shift to fuel you during an emergency or long duration call.

Saturday, January 24th, 2015

PTSD Can Attack Years Later by Allen Kates

many law enforcement officers with no obvious previous symptoms do develop PTSD months or even years after a traumatic event

Friday, December 5th, 2014

The Importance of Developing Resilient Law Enforcement Officers

Many in law enforcement suffer in silence from the hidden dangers and toxic nature of this career. We want to help you or partner with you to fix this problem.

Monday, August 18th, 2014

Happiness in Law Enforcement

Learning to assess and develop their own personal well-being can go a long way to protecting a law enforcement officer from the toxic side-effects of the job.

Wednesday, October 16th, 2013

Tough Enough?

Your training for a policing job can be critical to your survival and it’s not just the training you get in the police academy, it’s about training yourself every day to be sharp and ready for whatever the day will challenge you with.

Thursday, September 19th, 2013

CopsAlive Promotes Lumosity

Because of our work in the areas of wellness and stress management for law enforcement personnel has been selected to participate in Lumosity’s Clinical Access Research & Engagement Program