I have done the 5/3/1 program with BBB assistance as my go to travel program for about four years now. When I say travel this is usually 3 to 7 months. I am an active duty US Army Special Forces soldier (Green Beret). So when I am home we have a program called THOR3 that has strength and conditioning couches, dietitian, sports psych, etc in a pretty amazing facility. Our coaches run our programming in the morning and walk us through our full warmrup and lift. When I deploy, as I am about to I have a had great results with 5/3/1 with BBB. I am wondering what adaptions/additions you would add to the program to make it more tailored for special operations. This being a very general question I will add this this generally means walking and running for some distance, in addition to good sprint and lateral movements for moving on the objective. I have got decent strength from this home and away program swap, I just have to add in the running, rucking, etc. Is there anything you would have me do different from the core program to keep increasing not only strength, but also muscle endurance, conditioning, mobility, etc? Thanks for your time and great programs! I included my current stats below for reference.
Military Press: 245