TSC – Tactical Strength Challenge
- What is it?
- How do I prepare?
- How do I register?
1) What is it?
The TSC is a WORLD WIDE event,
Held twice a year, at various local facilities,
Hosted ONLY by Certified STRONGFIRST instructors.
“The Tactical Strength Challenge began in 2002 when StrongFirst’s founder and Chairman, Pavel Tsatsouline, created it to help military and law enforcement personnel with their preparation for the physical demands of their duty. But what made the TSC so popular is that it brings out the perfect blend of strength and conditioning for all individuals—regardless of background, profession, gender, or size.”
– There Are Three Events –
1 > MAX Deadlift <
2 > MAX REP/TIME Pull Up / Flexed Arm Hang <
3 > as many SNATCHES as possible in 5 MINUTES <
*Results are Posted and Ranked Internationally*
Want to test your mettle in a safe and encouraging environment?
2) How should I prepare?
There are many workouts and protocols out there that claim to make you bigger, stronger, etc…
But what is little focused on however, is how to peak performance.
The human body needs time to recover after intense training – often much more time than one thinks.
And since doing nothing is NOT an option –
– you must continue your technique practice and monitor your energy levels closely for a few days prior to competition day.
Testing yourself on near-maximal attempts should be done only if necessary, and should be done well in advance of competition day (8-12 weeks).
Here is what LatsOn Training is offering as a Preparation Program:
**Stay tuned to our FaceBook Page to see WEEKLY programming updates
***TSC PREPARATION CLASSES
for those who want to train with like minded people
and receive positive feed back on their technique.
$25 a session for non-members
contact us to check class times:
163 Sterling avenue
Unit 143, Toronto, On
647 300 0141
3) How do I register?
Register HERE – if you sign up before August 15th and you will receive a FREE TSC T-shirt!
$$$ THEY WILL CHARGE YOU IN AMERICAN CURRENCY $$$
Find out about LatsOn Training’s own Strength Challenge
Here : L.O.T-Strength Challenge