Most SSD readers know Patrick “Mac” McNamara from his series of Gunfighter Moments he has shared on behalf of Alias Training & Security Services. Now, Mac has launched a new website for his Combat Strength Training (CST) methodology. CST is a fitness training methodology Mac developed as a result of his time spent in the US Army Special Operations community during his twenty-two year career there. The approach retrofits the Combat Chassis (a.k.a. the body) so that it performs with maximum efficiency at maximum capacity.
In addition to a new layout, the new site offers five (5) new training modules for members.
1. Explainer/ How-To videos: In process of building an expansive library of explainer videos to break down the CST exercise movements to help you get the most out of your workouts. Pat also goes into detail regarding “why we do this” in the context of its tactical application in the combat / real-world environment.
2. Workout Program Templates (a.k.a. Chassis Guides): Initially a 4-week on-ramp workout program template for each of the four (4) Combat Chassis Types will be released. These on-ramp workout programs were developed in conjunction with an elite strength and conditioning coach based on the CST methodology and will jump start your training for your Combat Chassis upgrade.
3. Members Blog: This is not some half-baked corporate-sounding blog with weak and generic content. Every week the cadre of expert contributors will be opening up the CST toolbox of premium articles to help you keep your Combat Chassis tuned up. Some articles are free to the public.
4. Full-Length CST Seminar: The full-day CST Seminar (4+ hours of instruction) taught by Pat is now available on streaming video. This is for those who want to go behind the scenes of CST and get a ton of new content never released publicly until now.
5. Live Monthly Webinars with Pat: Participate in a live Q&A Webinar with Pat every month. In these hour-long webinars multiple topics will be discussed related to: combat applications of CST, performance-based training methodology, mindset, the various Combat Chassis types, programming, nutrition, prehab/ injury prevention, preparation for various military selection programs, and much more!
To learn more about these new training modules and the CST methodology, go to www.combatstrengthtraining.com.