To Supplement or Not?

  February 18, 2019

What supplements do you take? This is a common question that you hear around most gyms and firehouses this time of the year and one that I get a lot via the www.FireRescueFitness.com blog and our FRF Facebook Page, so I wanted to briefly address what some good possible supplement options are.  I also wanted

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Firefighters- Do this Exercise to Reduce Back Injuries

  February 15, 2019

Back injuries suck. While not 100% avoidable, there are some things that you can do to prevent them. A lot of injuries of firefighters, EMTs and medics occur due to excessive torque on the back while twisting.  Moving patients to a cot, advancing heavy firehose, and carrying equipment all involve some twisting that can wreak

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Fit Firehouse Cooking- How to make pork tenderloin.

  February 11, 2019

Tasty Pork Tenderloin should be a staple in any firefighters recipe box Pork tenderloin is a boneless piece of meat cut from a muscle that runs along the central spine above the ribs and belly. Unlike a leg or shoulder muscle, it’s not directly used for walking around. And that’s why the meat is so

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Fit Firehouse Cooking- Fiber Bombs…

  February 2, 2019

Fun and Easy Snack for the Crew. Full of fiber and protein too. Looking for a healthier dessert or snack for you and your crew?  This is a crew and family favorite.  These “Fiber Bombs” have some good protein and a ton of fiber.  **Caution only have 1 or 2 of them, any more may

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Be mobile, Reduce Injury, and Improve Performance with this 4-minute Routine

  January 31, 2019

Mobile and flexible athletes move more efficiently and can be less likely to suffer injury.  Unfortunately, from my research I have found that stretching is the most often “skipped” part of an athlete’s workout.   For one, it’s done at the end of the workout when you just want to be finished.  And, for two, it

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