Scott Puckett served in both Iraq and Afghanistan as a close protection specialist with the US Department of State and the US Department of Defense. He held leadership rolls while tasked with protecting the highest-level dignitaries, foreign and domestic. Over the last two decades, Scott has served in several tactical capacities as a member of special weapons and tactics teams and leading high risk tactical operations.Throughout his life, Scott has been physically active, participating in sports, martial arts, and watersports. Scott was first introduced to performance based athletic training as a team physical fitness regime while deployed in Afghanistan. Upon returning to the states, Scott completed an internship with two highly skilled physical fitness coaches and thus began his career coaching people to obtain their fitness goals. He founded and operated Richland 1 CrossFit, and then co-founded two local athletic performance facilities, assisting many more reach their desired objectives of being harder humans.For the past twenty-three years, Scott has served as a law enforcement officer in one capacity or another. He is currently employed at the Horry County Sheriff's Office Special Operations Unit in Conway, South Carolina where he serves as the Wellness Coordinator. He leads his agency in teaching physical fitness, firearms, defensive tactics, and driving training.Scott has tested his mental and physical toughness in recent years, winning the Discovery Channel's One Man Army, 2011 SCLEOA Police Olympics, and then completing the SEALFit Kokoro Camp 24 with his teammates from the Richland County Sheriff's Department. Since that time, Scott has sought to build better law enforcement officers internationally to increased strength and conditioning capacity, tactical ability, and then combative applications as a S.P.E.A.R. adjunct coach for Blauer Tactical Systems.Physical fitness is an integral part of Scott's life, as he seeks daily to ‘walk the talk,' leading by example.