Combat Fitness is an all-around athletic fitness program. I have always included this type of fitness exercise into my routine, whether it’s weight lifting, running, cycling, rowing, or whatever else I’m doing. This type of fitness exercise focuses on muscular endurance and overall cardiovascular fitness. There are many ways to perform this sport or exercise and I’ll cover some of the more popular ones below. This is by no means an exhaustive list, but it gives you a good place to start. I hope you find the information below helpful and you can begin to incorporate some of these exercises into your own workouts.
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The first type of combat fitness exercise I’d like to introduce you to is the fire team event. For this competition, each member of the combat team is given a set of combat fitness workouts based off of their specialty and military background (ie. medic, sharpshooter, rifleman, and so forth). You can find a local competition near you or, if you’d prefer not to go through the hassle of finding an event, you can purchase an online combat fitness DVD that provides all of the needed workouts.
If you want to do some quick and intense workouts to prepare yourself for a combat fitness test, I recommend getting a rowing machine. Rowing is an excellent choice for combat conditioning because of the consistent resistance offered throughout the motion. Other rowing machines may offer resistance at different angles and more resistance over time, but I’ve always liked a solid non-linear approach to rowing so I look for this style of rowing in most of my workouts. This exercise works out every major muscle group and is highly effective when done with heavy weights and high reps. If you’d like to do some more advanced rowing exercises for combat conditioning, feel free to look into some of the other selections available to you.