Law Enforcement Recruit Fitness Changes across the Fitness Spectrum

Daniel Maupin, Elisa Fontenelle Dumans Canetti, Ben Schram, Joe Dulla, Robert G. Lockie, J. Jay Dawes, Rob Marc Orr

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PURPOSE: Tactical populations often prescribe a “one size fits all” approach to physical training. This approach applies a similar dose to individuals from a wide range of fitness levels, despite evidence supporting individualised training. This research investigated the relationship between initial fitness levels and change of fitness in a law enforcement recruit class following this approach.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 26 Feb 2023
Event4th International Physical Employment Standards Conference - Bond University, Robina, Australia
Duration: 23 Feb 202326 Feb 2023


Conference4th International Physical Employment Standards Conference
Abbreviated titleIPES
OtherHosted by the Bond University Tactical Research Unit the conference will address the three T's essential to supporting physical performance in physically demanding occupations; Theory, Testing and Training. Specific topics will include physical employment standards, identifying and mitigating injury risk factors, physical conditioning and assessing occupational readiness.

The conference content will be a blend of research and applied practice in a range of physically demanding occupations including military, law enforcement, fire and rescue and first responders.
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