Here is my FREE podcast I created to be viewed or heard as desired. So far, you can see the podcast on
1 - Youtube.com/stew50smith (video)
2 - iTunes - (search Tactical Fitness Report with Stew Smith)
3 - Google Play - search Tactical Fitness Report with Stew Smith)
4 - Podomatic - For audio version online.
See links and descriptions below of the most recent Podcasts:
Tactical Fitness Report 43 - Police, Fire Fighters Seeking SWAT, Special Ops,Rescue Diver Programs
Tactical Fitness Report 42 - Quick 20 Minute Workouts
Tactical Fitness Report 41 - Active Duty Police Officers / Fire Fighter Fitness Issues
Tactical Fitness Report 40 - Training to Get To and Through Police and Fire Academy
Tactical Fitness Report 39 - Time Management - Fitness During Busy Days
Tactical Fitness Report 38 - Creating Massive Group Workouts with Stew Smith
Tactical Fitness Report 37 - Recovery from Illness and Injury
Tactical Fitness Report 36 - Commitment with Jeff Nichols and Stew Smith discussing the difference between success and failure - commitment!
Tactical Fitness Report 35 - Stew Smith and Jeff Nichols discuss Over-Stress.
Tactical Fitness Report 34 - Stew Smith and Jeff Nichols discuss Over-Training.
Tactical Fitness Report 33 - Stew Smith and Jeff Nichols discuss Hell Week Success.
Tactical Fitness Report 32 - Mental Toughness - Jeff Nichols and Stew Smith discuss and attempt to nail down a hard to explain topic.
Tactical Fitness Report 31 - Recovery at BUD/S - Jeff Nichols and Stew Smith discuss all the details and ways to help you take care of yourself in challenging / stressful selection programs:
- Related article: Recovery from Intensive Training Programs
Tactical Fitness Report 30 - Jeff Nichols and Stew Smith discuss programming for special ops professions from ANY body type and athletic history.
Tactical Fitness Report 29 - Jeff Nichols and Stew Smith discuss the officer and enlisted route to becoming a Navy SEAL (TO, through, and after BUD/S)
Tactical Fitness Report 28 - Wes Kennedy (Canadian SF) and Stew Smith discuss getting through challenging SF selection programs.
Tactical Fitness Report 27 - Jeff Nichols and Stew Smith discuss rumors that occur during the recruiting, BUD/S, and SEAL Teams.
Tactical Fitness Report 26 - Jeff Nichols and Stew Smith discuss AFTER your Spec War career. What do you do when you are done.
Tactical Fitness Report 25 - Jeff Nichols and Stew Smith discuss POST - BUD/S and training required to be an operator in Special Ops and other tactical fitness professions.
Tactical Fitness Report 24 - Stew Smith and Jeff Nichols discuss getting THROUGH BUD/S. Mindset and physical preparation.
Tactical Fitness Report 23 - Stew Smith and Jeff Nichols discuss getting TO the training. Acing Entrance exam fitness tests is the start to this process.
Tactical Fitness Report 22 - First TFR with Jeff Nichols (Former SEAL) discussing tactical fitness for special ops programming.
Tactical Fitness Report Tactical Fitness Report 21 - Aging Fitness (40,50,60+) - What to do to stay in shape, healthy and productive as you age.
Tactical Fitness Report 20 - Two thing most people neglect in a workout.
Tactical Fitness Report 19 - Designing Workouts and Answering Questions
Tactical Fitness Report 18 - Tough Workouts You Can Do.
Tactical Fitness Report 17 - Take a Mobility Day
Tactical Fitness Report 16 - Importance of Breathing (training, recovery, stress)
Tactical Fitness Report 15 - Hanging with Younger Soldiers
Tactical Fitness Report 14 - The Five Phases of Fitness
Podcast #13 - Defeating the Quit Demon
Check out other videos of combat swimmer stroke, workouts, and other spec ops related training.
Podcast #8 - Mental Toughness. After recent conversations with a few different Special Ops friends (Army SF, SEAL, Delta, UK Army Commando), we all agreed that to really be one of the few who graduate Special Ops training, you eventually have to do one thing without care: "Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable"
Podcast #7 - Workout Challenges to Test Your Capabilities. When it comes to WHY you work out the reasons are varied. From health reasons, to perform better in sports, and save lives in tactical professions, we all have a WHY we train hard near daily. But WHAT workout or event is it that you use to measure your training and abilities? What workout or level of fitness must you maintain for you to feel acceptable with your personal fitness goals? Here is a list of many standards that hard charging military, police, fire fighters, and equally tough civilians use as their bench mark of fitness. What is YOUR Standard?
Podcast #6 - The Operator Grip - Having a good grip comes in handy not just shaking hands, but doing many tasks required of military and special ops personnel. Stew discusses a recent email asking about improving grip for exercises that include rope climbs, pullups, and even dry firing with your non-dominant hand.
Article on Grip - All of these exercises are in Tactical Fitness and Tactical Strength
SIRT Pistol for dry fire training / with laser pointer.
Podcast #5 - Importance of Warmups - Warming up prior to a workout or very physical event is smart to learn how to do and figure out exactly what your body needs to move more efficiently and without pain.
Stew Smith discusses many ways to pre-train (warmup) before training hard and many other aspects of fitness relating to the tactical professions - military, police, fire fighter, and special ops.
Podcast #4 - 1000 Calories Challenge - Burn More / Eat Less - This podcast is all about eating less and moving more. As a country we eat more than 1000 calories than required and do 1000 calories less than we should each day to be active. Discussed are some ideas on ways to improve your energy levels, lose weight, get or stay fit with ideas on how to arrange workouts in your day.
Article of 1000 Calores
More assistance can be found at www.stewsmith.com or check out the Beginner / Weight Loss Section of the Stew Smith Fitness store.
Podcast #3 - Periodization for the Tactical Athlete is A way to train to maintain all the elements of fitness ideal for a Tactical Profession as well as prepare your body for the multiple of challenges in such special ops selections programs that will expose weaknesses very quickly.
Podcast #2 - Tactical Fitness Report with Stew Smith features a focus on the THREE phases of Tactical Fitness:
Phase 1 - Getting TO the training
Phase 2 - Getting THROUGH the training
Phase 3 - Active Duty Maintenance / Recovery / Longevity
Podcast #1 - Discussion on the Tactical Athlete and defining what Tactical Fitness is and why it is important for military, police, fire fighters, and specials ops. Understanding why you need to train to be and stay a tactical athlete for those seeking these professions is job number one!
See www.stewsmithfitness.com for more information about military, law enforcement, special ops, fire fighting training programs.