A Great Exercise to Strengthen the Knees and Back

  January 14, 2013

Exercise Upgrade- The Marching Bridge I just received an email from a firefighter in Canada in regards to a “good” exercise to strengthen the knees.  A lot of times knee pain can be associated with poor glute activation and pelvic stability. To work on eliminating this weakness try the marching bridge.  This exercise is an effective tool

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Great Firehouse Challenge Workouts

  January 8, 2013

Happy 2016!  This is the time of the year where we all scramble to make up for lost workouts and pledge to get in shape.  Personally, I think the best way to get into shape is to not fall out of it in the first place.  One of the best things to do this time

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Happy New Year!

  January 1, 2013

I wanted to wish everyone a Happy and Healthy New Year!  I also wanted to thank all the members of the Fire Rescue Fitness Nation and to let you know I am committed to providing you with the best content, workouts and fitness programming.  Please continue to join me in 2013 and commit to getting/staying “Fit for

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A Great Post Holiday Metabolic Workout

  December 23, 2012

Happy Holidays- Yes that time of the year where we have a tendency to overindulge and workouts seem to take second place to the holiday rush.   To combat the accumulation of holiday pounds I created this Fire Rescue Metabolic Workout..  This workout requires minimal time, maximal effort and will give you an extreme calorie burn

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Essential Components of a Fire Rescue Workout Program

  December 1, 2012

This blog topic is one near and dear to my heart and your career–Workouts for Fire Rescue Athletes. Over the last couple of months I’ve been writing about some of the more popular workouts seen in firehouses across the world. You can read about them here and here or listen to a great radio interview about this topic HERE.  I’ve received a

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