Human Performance

Director of Human Performance

Ben Wilson has 15+ years of experience in the US Marine Corps as a Logistics Officer serving in locations around the world. As such, he is well aware of the challenges that Defense Organizations face, and the best methods to counter them. As a certified personal trainer for 10 years, Ben understands that traditional gym methods aren’t enough for today’s warriors and what is needed to give them the competitive advantage. His holistic approach is centered on sustainable actions and habits aimed at longevity, so you stay in the fight for years to come. He is a National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer, Corrective Exercise Specialist, and Performance Enhancement Specialist, as well as a Precision Nutrition Level 2 Coach.

Strength, Conditioning and Recovery

Course Description:

The course involves vigorous physical activity designed to improve the student’s fitness, performance, and knowledge of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. The course is performance-based and all students will need to demonstrate knowledge, competency and skill development in each of our curricular areas

Course Duration:

Suggested 1 week (adjustable based on client needs)

Topics Covered:

  • Mobility and Flexibility
  • Calisthenics
  • Strength and Conditioning
  • Speed, Agility, and Quickness
  • Rest and Recovery
  • Measuring and Tracking Progress
  • Program Design

Additional Information:

This course is packaged together with the Nutritional Strategies course

Nutritional Strategies

Course Description:

Proper nutrition is the cornerstone of an effective training program. This course will help students build their foundational understanding of nutrition and learn the guidelines and habits necessary to achieve sustainable, long-term results. Students will demonstrate their knowledge and competency through practical application

Course Duration:

4 hours to 3 days

Topics Covered:

  • Nutrition Basics
  • Psychology and Mindset
  • Common Myths
  • Popular Diets
  • Food Preparation
  • Eating for Performance
  • Measuring and Tracking Progress
  • Advanced Concepts

"There is nothing impossible to him, who will try"
- Alexander the Great