I’m a U.S. Army Veteran, having served a total of 5 years in the Military Police Corps. In the civilian market, I served 18 years as a Police Officer, working all 18 in Patrol, with 8 years dual service as a SWAT Operator. Additional responsibilities during my Law Enforcement career were as a Firearms Instructor & Range Safety Officer.
I retired from the Champaign Police Department (IL) in 2009. Since retiring, I have been working full-time in the fitness industry in the capacity of a Personal Trainer, Group Fitness Instructor, & MMA Strength and Conditioning Coach. I was also a cast member in several in-home DVD workout programs sold by a large fitness company based out of California. I’ve toured the globe bringing fitness to our Military troops in Europe, Japan, and throughout the United States.
To add to my training experience, in July 2017, I assumed the position of Lead Law Enforcement/Tactical Trainer for Brute Force Training, based out of Colorado.
I’ve created a total accountability program that includes a private Facebook group, nutritional protocols, and a strength training program that will allow you to experience muscle growth like you’ve never experienced and fat loss that has eluded you throughout the past workouts that you’ve done. This total accountability program covers strength training, nutrition, and cardio to give you a workout that will change the way you look at exercise and seek to make beneficial changes in your life.
The Briggs Protocol total accountability program relies upon simple concepts that will push your results to the next level:
$25 paid via the link at the bottom of the page (will direct you to Paypal) gets you access to the private Facebook group where you can download all of the materials (including the Briggs Protocol eBook) and access to the Spotify playlist.
Additionally, $2.50 of each purchase will be donated to the VeteransInc.org.
First, pay via the buttons on the page. Then, request to join the Facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/144752996294322/
¹ Mangine, G. T., Hoffman, J. R., Gonzalez, A. M., Townsend, J. R., Wells, A. J., Jajtner, A. R., . . . Stout, J. R. (2015, August). The effect of training volume and intensity on improvements in muscular strength and size in resistance-trained men. Retrieved September 27, 2017, from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4562558/
² Burd, Nicholas A, et al. “Muscle time under tension during resistance exercise stimulates differential muscle protein sub-Fractional synthetic responses in men.” The Journal of Physiology, Blackwell Science Inc, 15 Jan. 2012, www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3285070/. Accessed 27 Sept. 2017.
You’ll need dumbbells, a weight bench or exercise ball, and a work ethic that works for results as much as possible.