Resources and Workouts that will keep your Immune System and Body Strong!
As most of the world is in quarantine, we as first responders are on the front lines. Due to the stress of the times it is imperative to continually focus on your own health and fitness. Remember you must take care of yourself so you can take care of them. Please check back to this page frequently for resources and workouts that will help you and your crew.
The FRF 28-day CATALYST Program is now live and FREE for first responders.
No equipment, no problem. The Coronavirus may have shut down your gym access but it does not have to hinder your fitness and workouts. Fire Rescue Fitness created a FREE 28-day workout program that does not require a lot of equipment and can be performed at your home and/or the firehouse.
Workouts and Resources for You and Your Crew to keep you Healthy and fit for duty
Every Firefighter Needs This Important Fitness Trait
Firefighters have a physically demanding job and need to prepare for these demands via proper fitness and training. In this post, FRF will look at the research and breakdown the most important fitness trait a firefighter needs to insure they meet the demands of the job. #GETFRFRead More
The Best Benefits of Fiber for Firefighters
Anyone can reap the benefit of more fiber in their diet. Firefighters, however, due to the high risk of heart disease and cancer can really benefit from getting the right amount of fiber in their daily food intake.Read More
Calories In vs. Calories Out for Weight Loss
First responders, the key to maintaining a healthy weight relies on your understanding of the principles of the calories in versus calories out equation.Read More
Create an Effective Firefighter Workout Schedule
Should you do a workout on shift? The answer is “YES” but it should be part of a plan. Fire Rescue Fitness explains the best way to create a firefighter workout schedule for optimal performance on and off the fire/ rescue scene.Read More
The First Responders Guide to Percussion (massage) Guns
Have you used a percussion or massage gun? Discover the best way to utilize this new device to optimize your performance and alleviate those aches and pains. And, learn which ones are worth the investment.Read More
Is IM Fasting Good for Firefighters, EMT’s and Medics?
Fasting for first responders? Yes, this eating technique can help manage stress, curb cravings and keep you healthy. Click the link to read and watch all about it.Read More
FRF Workout Programs that can be performed at home or at the Firehouse
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FRF Foundations Program
The Foundations program will teach you the fundamentals of fitness and nutrition and get you on the right path to weight lose, strength gain and performance improvement. This is the perfect program for those firefighters, EMTs and medics that need to get back on track with their fitness. If it has been a while since working out or if you are new to "functional firefighter training, you should start here. This program will teach you how to workout like a fire rescue athlete and help you lose weight, gain strength and start moving better. The workouts do not require a lot of equipment and can be done at home or at the gym.
FRF Fat Loss Program
This program is designed to boost metabolism, reduce unwanted bodyfat and improve mobility on and off the fireground. This program utilizes strength training, bodyweight and suspension training and mobility exercises to help boost metabolism and performance. Get lean, fit and moving better in the next 8-weeks. Workouts require some plate weights or dumbbells and suspension training (TRX) or webbing. This is another program that can be done at your home or at the firehouse. Great workout option for those that have been working out and need to lose that unwanted belly fat.
Start any FRF program before April 15th and I will include some FRF swag and entry in our GET FRF Challenge where you can win cash and prizes for your results....
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