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Fire Rescue Athletes as asked to work in various unstable environments. Firefighters, Paramedics and EMTs are often times lifting and moving heavy loads in very awkward positions. In order to prepare for these scenarios fire rescue athletes must focus their workouts on training not only on and in stable positions but unstable as well. Here
VO2max is a measure of the maximum rate at which an athlete’s body is able to consume oxygen when performing a specific activity, adjusted for body weight. This is a very important for the fire rescue athlete, a higher VO2 max means that the firefighter can do more work with less oxygen. This comes in
Are You Firefighter Fit? Most people, when asked this question, will normally think about how much weight they can lift or if the are overweight or not. I argue that being “firefighter fit (fire rescue fit) is much more than that. You may be able to lift heavy weights but that doesn’t necessarily mean that you