For those who serve us, thank you.
Whether it be military, police, fire, or any other first responder, your commitment, sacrifice, courage, and valor allow us the freedom and protection to pursue our life goals. The duties of your service demand the highest levels of confidence, focus, motivation, strength, and skill, yet the realities of your role can also bring about the highest levels of stress and emotion that a human could possibly experience.
Clutch Forces is a specialized program designed to support warriors, officers, and responders with the physical and mental strength & conditioning to continue to do their jobs at the highest levels. Programming levels include:
Our programs are designed to help prepare you for the rigorous path that leads to your career, from local forces to special forces. Our protocols include training for physical fitness test prep, motivation, mindset, confidence, mental toughness, etc. The most competitive jobs in the world require the most competitive preparation and readiness to make the cut.
Regardless of role and rank, there is one opponent that is constantly fighting against you….Father Time. Given that members of each force typically enter during a phase of youth when our physical and neurological skills are peaking, it is incredibly important to work to maintain optimal levels of fitness, mental toughness, sensory skill, stress management, and emotional control throughout the years of service. Our programming is geared to continually fortify the strengths that you entered your career with.
People who hold the most dangerous jobs in the world will unfortunately be exposed to some of the most tragic realities of this world. The recurring trauma witnessed in these jobs can take a toll on even the toughest and strongest individuals. Clutch Forces offers unique recovery programs designed to support the mental health of those who support us. We offer selective coping strategies and activities for managing the emotions resulting from service, along with community resources for advanced care when needed. You didn’t serve or fight alone, so please don’t suffer alone. The strengths that you’ve shown in your career are amplified, not weakened, when seeking help with recovery…knowing what to do when it needs to be done is the essence of being clutch.