Amundson, Gregory
Functional Fitness for Law Enforcement
Hours: 2    Start Time: 08:00    End Time: 10:00    
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This seminar will cover the principles of functional fitness for law enforcement application. Concepts of core to extremity, safety, power output, universal motor recruitment patterning and intensity will be specifically applied to the demands of the law enforcement profession. Attendees will be educated and inspired to understand the significance of integrated mind, body and spirit training in their profession.

Gregory Amundson - Bio
Greg Amundson has served in local, state and federal law enforcement for more than 18 years in numerous capacities including SWAT, field training officer, defensive tactics instructor and sniper. He also served as a US Army Military Police Captain and TAC Officer where he instructed leadership and Army Combatives at the US Army Officer Candidate School. He is a Black Belt in Krav Maga and Honor Graduate of the Los Angeles PD Handgun Instructor School (HITS). He currently serves as a reserve deputy and law enforcement chaplain for the Santa Cruz (CA) Harbor Patrol. Amundson is the author of two bestselling books, and is a graduate student at Western Seminary pursuing a Masters of Divinity with an emphasis in Chaplaincy.