Firefighter Crew Workout Option…

  November 30, 2016

I get a lot of emails asking for good workout options for the firehouse when on-shift. Working out on-shift is a major concern, you want to make sure you keep your body in good “fit for duty” condition but also want to make sure you have enough “left in the tank” to respond and perform

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Fire Rescue Fitness Thanksgiving Workout…

  November 23, 2016

Happy Thanksgiving!  Here is a great “FRF” way to celebrate.  This is a little workout that will burn some early morning calories, ignite your metabolism, and make room for some good Thanksgiving food.  I always like to do some morning workout or fun run with the family on the Holidays, I find that I feel

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5 Ways to Lean Up and Improve Firefighter Performance…

  November 19, 2016

Attention Firefighters, EMTs and Medics (Fire Rescue Athletes). Would you agree that a leaner athlete is a better athlete?  I know this is a “loaded” question.  A lot of the answer has to deal with the sport in which the athlete is participating.  One thing that research shows is that a leaner athlete is a “more

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10 Ways to Avoid the Cold and Flu in (and out of) the Firehouse

  November 16, 2016

It’s that time of year again when the common cold and flu begins being passed from one person to the next. Each year the common cold affects the average person two times, and can affect the fire rescue athlete even more.  The sneezing, coughing, sore throat, and runny nose leave you wanting to curl up

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3 Exercises to Reduce Firefighter Injuries and Improve Posture…

  November 11, 2016

There are certain parts of the body that we, as fire rescue athletes, are more likely to injure.  If you look at the statistics of firefighter injuries you would see that they most commonly effect the back, the shoulders, and the knees. Also, as society continues to become more sedentary and be glued to TVs

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