Frogman Project’s Tactical Fitness League is your ongoing weekly training program. Using decades of operational and physical performance experience, we use intelligent program design and periodization to turn you into Tactical Operators!
What is a Tactical Athlete?
A tactical athlete is an individual who trains for combat readiness using a comprehensive athletic approach. Tactical athletes use all facets of strength, power, speed and agility to improve their combat fitness level to their highest potential.
How we develop a Tactical Athlete?
You will need to be a well rounded athlete – built with the right levels of STRENGTH, ENDURANCE, POWER and WORK CAPACITY. Beyond this you need a FOCUSED, CALM and RESILIENT mind that can endure the toughest of times.
When training for complex environments, we must develop complex and diverse capabilities – abilities that can be expressed in any state of mind, recovery, weather, environment and even relation to gravity. To train this we must use superior tools that express balance, coordination of single limbs as well as bilateral movements.
The Tactical Fitness League gives you exactly that!
Using the seven fundamental movements of push, pull, hinge, squat, loaded carry, rotation and counter-rotation as the basis of your program and assessment. We then build a program that works for you exposing you to the tools that really matter. We believe in educating the athlete for self assessment and building confidence is key.
The community is probably the best part! Surrounding yourself with driven, athletic people constantly giving advice and seeing others smash their goals is highly motivating.
What’s required of you?
To develop such an athlete we use methods such as strongman training, pack marching, parkour style movements, calisthenics and neurological adaptations to various demands are just some of the tools you will work with.
The weekly program consists of 6 to 7 days programming with some days requiring a few hours to complete. This program is designed for the ultimate Operator with an intermediate option available, Graduate. We do this by including scaled movements, reps and days.
If you have an understanding of programming, are keen to learn but still increasing your capacity, you will be fine to take on TFL. If you are a Recruit and new to Frogman we suggest starting with our Recruit Ready program. It’s designed to build a solid foundation giving you the confidence and ability to take on any of our programs.
You may be strong or fit but this program demands more from you.
3 sessions a week
@ 1 hr a session.
- 3 Pushups
- 5 Supine rows
- 10 Air squats
- 50% Body weight deadlift
- Tread water for 3 min
- 400 m run in less than 1:20 min.
5 sessions a week
@ 1.5 hr a session
- 3 Pull-ups
- 5 Dips
- Body weight squat with 80% BW or more
- 120% Body weight deadlift
- 1 x 5 m rope climb with legs
- 100 m swim in less than 3 min.
- 400 m run in less than 75 sec.
6 days a week @ 2-3 hrs a day,
divided between 1-2 sessions
- 3 Ring muscle-ups
- 15 Pull-ups
- Body weight squat with 150% BW or more
- 2 x Body weight deadlift
- 3 x 5 m rope climb with no legs
- 500 m swim in less than 10 min + 5 min tread water.
- 800 m run in less than 2:20 min.
To be successful and gain results you must be ready to be uncomfortable, willing to try new things and committed to the program.
What equipment do I need access to?
Be adaptive and creative but . . .
- Pull up bar
- Barbell and squat rack
- Crossfit wooden boxes
- Heavy odd object/s
- Access to a place to swim
- Resistance bands
- Elements of the great outdoors like a 1-3 m high wall maybe…
Im really benefiting from the program and can’t wait for my enlistment date to put it all to good use.
— Jarrah (Original TFL member)
Stay focused, trust the process as the many before you have. Time, discipline and effort will get you where you want to be.