Physical Fitness Instructor

 Physical fitness is an important part of any security, law enforcement or military training curriculum. The key target is to design a physical fitness program that fills the physical requirements of the designated unit it is planned for. The Physical Training Program Design enables us to effectively start developing the physical fitness level of members of the unit. The project plan is very simple:


Operational Requirements of the Unit


 As a result we shall have a completed training program for the recruits/students. The program holds all the required elements of the troop training.


Training Program AMS Defcon

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING CURRICULUM


 The key target is to train physical performance instructors who have capability to develop individuals who can achieve the required performance level in the required time.


Definitions: Instructor – a person who teaches a skill or trade Coach – a person who teaches a designated team or group and makes decisions on training Master Instructor – a person who is in charge of instructor training program


Fitness Program Certificate


 The AMS Defcon curriculum includes all aspects of the modern day physical fitness training, teaching and developing and the use of technology. The teachers are all subject matter experts (SME) with superb experience of their own trade added with cross subject skills to accumulate to current training level of participants.


The curriculum follows a European Fitness Coaching and Instructing curriculums added with AMS Defcon Functional Training curriculum. The experience in training European military and police forces as well as training and coaching of the Olympic – level athletes provides the superb results.


AMS DEFCON PHYSICAL FITNESS INTRUCTOR TRAINING CURRICULUM – General Content


  1. 1.1 Basics on anatomy and physical fitness
  2. 1.2 Endurance
  3. 1.3 Strength
  4. 1.4 Speed
  5. 1.5 Movability
  6. 1.6 Recovery
  7. 1.7 Nutrition
  8. 1.8 Injuries and injury treatment

2.1 Fuel to burn for the machine
2.2 Nutrition planned for the exercise-level
2.3 Basic theories on nutrition facts
2.3.1 Proteins
2.3.2 Carbohydrates
2.3.3 Fats

3.1 Physical load vs. rest periods
3.2 Speeding up the recovery
3.2.1 Exercises
3.2.2 Nutrition
3.3 Injuries and recovery

4.1 Functional Training Methodology
4.1.1 Basic concepts and training methodology
4.1.2 How to save time and gain results faster
4.2 Endurance Training
4.2.1 Basic /foundation
4.2.2 Speed Endurance
4.2.2 Strength Endurance

5.1 Strength Training
5.1.1 Body Weight
5.1.2 Kettle Bells
5.1.3 Power Lifting
5.1.4 Functional Training
5.2 Endurance Training
5.2.1 Running
5.2.2 Cycling
5.2.3 Combat Sport
5.2.4 Other methods
5.3 Skills Development
5.3.1 General physical skill training
5.3.2 Operational requirement skills training
5.4 Mental development and training
5.4.1 Stress reactions
5.4.2 Stress Management
5.4.3 Stress endurance
5.4.4 Developing stress intake

6.1 Learning Styles of a human being
6.2 Speed learning and Speed teaching – methodology
6.3 Taking advantage of basic reactions and reflexes
6.4 Use of technology in modern day physical training
6.5 Problem solving and analysing as part of an instructor’s work
6.6 Self improvement and development

7.1 Purpose of testing
7.2 Analysing test results
7.3 Testing arrangements
7.4 Documentation of the results
7.5 Comparison of the results
7.6 Individual feed back
7.7 General feed back