That is great to hear. I find, being a member of the law enforcement community and training some of the officers that I work with, that simply being strong fixes a lot of what could be termed "stress injuries" that are seen in the lower extremities (hips, knees, backs, and ankles) by simply becoming stronger in the primal movements, like Pat and I talk about in the interview. I am sure you would agree with your combat background that fitness has an absolute DIRECT carry-over to duty performance. Much like an athlete that trains generally for a specific sport to get strong, develop power, etc. those in harm's way should train the same way.