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Military Fitness Magazine

MFM

About a decade ago, Nate Morrison and Coach Edgar wrote a popular online military fitness magazine called Military Fitness Magazine, but stopped it after a couple of years. Now, it’s back and better than ever. The new MFM is a membership-based site and consists of three levels of education: MFM Site Members, Combat Conditioning Members, and Operator X Members:

MFM Site Members will consist of lifestyle and recreation information. This will include lessons on the outdoor recreation world and general fitness tips.

Combat Condition Members details how to use Combat Conditioning to meet and exceed training goals. It features one new lesson per week, free downloads, forums, social media and more.

Operator X Members offers operator-specific skill sets and preparation for SOF selection. It will offer lessons on land navigation, ruck marching, TCCC, selection prep, SERE skills, mountaineering skills, and more.

All memberships open next week.

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4 Responses to “Military Fitness Magazine”

  1. Canadian says:

    Much of Morrison’s training is good, but hopefully this magazine isn’t full of “Crossfit sucks, it’s a fad, nothing but my way is right” like the rest of his writing. Every program has issues, but reading his stuff makes it sound like program but “the Morrison system” will MAKE you fatter.

  2. Canadian says:

    I meant to write:
    ANY program but “the Morrison system”

  3. RJ says:

    Best of luck to them.

  4. JohnC says:

    Nate’s got some pretty good stuff — largely Soviet-inspired, so he approaches the practical realities of military/tactical health *and* fitness from a comprehensive, sports science perspective. Pretty sophisticated re some things (e.g., contra the American approach of purposefully training dysfunction, then correcting it, the Crossfit-y max tension approach, and the “heavy lifting you slow” canard). Does some stupid stuff, from time to time; but we all do.