Police officers, like many of us, have semi-sedentary jobs. Long shifts, odd hours, and irregular schedules, which doesn’t make it easy to stick to any exercise routine. Yet, officers are required to be fit, to move and to use their bodies every day. In spite of the intense demand for physical exertion, officers spend a lot of time behind the wheel of a patrol car or desk, as well as on the streets. Isometric exercises can be performed on the job, and give anyone, regardless of the job type or demands, the strength they need to perform.