Retired Major Donny Bigham has over 27 years of service in the Marine Corps and the U.S. Army with 48 months of combat deployments to Bosnia, Afghanistan, Kuwait and Yemen. Major Bigham is known as the first ever strength and conditioning coach for the U.S. Army (Conventional Forces) and was instrumental in being part of the team that changed the U.S. Army Physical Fitness test after almost 40 years. He co-authored the Occupational Performance Assessment Test for initial screening of future soldiers and designed the Tactical Athlete Performance Center (TAP-C) at Fort Jackson and Fort Benning, emphasizing true strength, mobility, and speed to increase lethality and survivability. He currently holds multiple world records in powerlifting and was named the International Powerlifting Federation World Powerlifting Champion in 2015, 2016 and 2019 (bronze).
FORM LAB is MTNTOUGH’s new biomechanical baseline assessment program. Join powerlifting world champion and Tactical Strength Coach Major Donny Bigham as he coaches athletes through 12 core exercises to improve form, increase performance and prevent injuries for the long haul.