The latest research shows that firefighters are more likely to develop cancer than the general population. There are, however ways to reduce your risks. Fire Rescue fitness has created a list of the five best ways to reduce your risks of cancer as a firefighter, EMT, and/or medic.Read More
The key to accomplishing your fitness goal starts with a focus on establishing healthy habits first and results second. Regardless of what your overall goal is, here is one of the first habits you need to develop to be a more fit and healthy first responder (firefighter, EMT, medic).
Start with this one…
As the Holidays approach the stress levels go up and the health of most people goes down. It’s easy to get sidetracked and put off your fitness and nutrition until next year. But this is the year of health (I just declared that) and I do not want you to lose any fitness progress that you have made this year. So, as a gift here are some great FRF fitness tips that will help you manage your stress and waistline through the season.Read More
Motion is lotion! Try this one-minute routine to help improve blood flow and mobility. Movement and mobility can help improve performance, cognitive function, and mental clarity. I know there are a lot of firefighters, EMTs, and medics that are immobile due to pain and stress. This is where a quick and effective mobility routine can…Read More
What does the term functtional training mean? In the context of firefighters, EMTs, and medics how do we train more functionally and how can that help us perform better on the job. Aaron Zamzow from FRF answers that question in this great article.Read More
FRF has created the 5K the FRF way virtual workout event to benefit the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation and the FRCE. Join the event and give this workout a try. Get fit and give back to the fire service. #GETFRFRead More
The key to maintaining and making fitness progress is to make sure you focus on keeping your mind right and staying consistent with your workouts. These tips will help any firefighter, EMT, and/or medic overcome a lack of motivation and continually make fitness progress.Read More