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Average Fails Everyone

By Craig Weller / September 13, 2021 / 4 Comments

Military aircraft technology evolved rapidly in the years after World War 2. With the introduction of jet engines, planes became much more powerful and complicated. They also became alarmingly easier to crash. On many days the Air Force recorded over a dozen different crashes at bases around the country. Seventeen pilots crashed in a single […]

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Concurrent Programming

By Jonathan Pope / August 16, 2021 / 0 Comments

Programming is tough. There are a lot of things you could do each day: run, ruck, swim, lift weights, water confidence, calisthenics, metcons…..the list goes on. Obviously, you need to do many of those things, because they are what you’ll be screened for in selection. But, how much, how hard, how often, and how to […]

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Adaptation Principles

By Jonathan Pope / June 1, 2021 / 0 Comments

In order to understand programming, you first have to know how and why your body responds to training. When you internalize that framework, things like how much running to do, how fast, and how often become much easier to program and adjust.  Just like programming, adaptation is a complex subject that people spend their entire […]

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