Self-Defense and Fitness

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posted on August 16, 2016
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A. Exercise and thirst go hand in hand. Quench it with the 36 ounce Yeti Rambler Bottle. Durable, insulated 18/8 stainless-steel construction combined with double-walled vacuum insulation keeps contents frosty cold until time for your post-workout refreshment. Thanks to its no-sweat design, the only condensation you need to worry about is your own. This bottle also comes in two other convenient sizes.
MSRP: $59.99
yeticoolers.com

B. Designed to excel in rural or urban environments, the Lalo Tactical BUD/S Grinder sneaker features a strap for enhanced support of the midfoot. Below, a stability arch extending to the shoe’s out-sole provides the improved balance and sure footing needed to successfully nav-igating dynamic environments. There’s even a ceramic-coated fabric overlay surrounding the toecap to protect the foot.
MSRP: $130
lalotactical.com

C. Capable of imparting 9 pounds of tension to the five separate systems of muscles and tendons that power each separate finger along with muscles that comprise the forearm and wrist, the Pro Hands Gripmaster Pro helps users maintain sufficient dexterity and strength to operate and shoot their handgun effectively. Choose from four different models of graduated resistance.
MSRP: $21.95
prohands.net

D. An excellent under-layer shirt for your workout, the 5.11 Tactical Sleeveless Holster Shirt is made from a durable, flexible polyester/spandex blend that offers a compression athletic fit while hugging your body to minimize telltale bulges. It also features a saddle-shoulder design for maximum movement, flatlock seams and underarm vents for added comfort. It’s antimicrobial and moisture-wicking, so you’ll stay cool and dry.
MSRP: $59.99
511tactical.com

E. Hone critical fight-stopping skills—like sight alignment, trigger control and holstering—from home with the LaserLyte Laser Triple Tyme Kit. It comes with a plastic, laser-integrated trainer module based on a Glock G19 and three electronic, dual-mode targets that provide visual and audible notification to confirm accurate hits. In addition to offering competitive fun and skill-building, you can learn to engage multiple targets.
MSRP: $307.95
laserlyte.com

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