Executive Protection — My Interview With a Tactical & Sports Performance Expert

Executive Protection — My Interview With a Tactical & Sports Performance Expert

Given that these are the primary physical tasks of an executive protection specialist, what should their strength & conditioning goals look like and how should they go about achieving them?

Since a day in the life of an executive protection specialist is unlikely to resemble a “Taken” film, it’s safe to say the majority of your time is spent performing the first four tasks listed above: standing, sitting in vehicles, lifting and carrying heavy things, and retrieving items for your principal. Now, that’s not to say the ability to perform explosive movements such as sprinting, jumping, and striking aren’t important to your role as an executive protection specialist−because they ABSO- LUTELY are−but you need to first consider your not-so-sexy day to day tasks when designing a training program.

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What is "Executive Protection Hacks?"

What is "Executive Protection Hacks?"

EP Hacks is a medium for executive protection professionals to tackle complex issues and share ideas with their peers. My mission is to build a collection of invaluable resources–challenging the individual executive protection professional to develop and improve upon their skill set.

This issue of EP Hacks is the product of my boiling down the process and key ideas involved in producing quality travel intelligence for an executive protection program.

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