Today I wanted to post about nutrition, more importantly on some of the biggest nutritional myths floating around firehouses (and other houses). Eat this, don’t eat that…there is so much misinformation on nutrition that it can get to be overwhelming and frustrating. Take a look at 4 of the biggest nutritional myths, hopefully they can clarify some
Tag: 10 tips for fire rescue athlete
This post is long overdue, I’ve been fortunate to present to firefighters throughout the midwest and talk to others from all over the world. A common question that comes up in these conversations is “what is the best workout for me to follow?” This is a loaded question and one that is not easily answered.
I get a lot of requests for workouts that require a minimal amount of equipment. Here is a great Firefighter Bodyweight workout that doesn’t require a lot of equipment and is very efficient (like you need to be on a fire/rescue scene).Click on the video below for a recap. Please like, comment and share this
Be Physically Ready for Duty- Your Daily Fitness Checkoffs. At the beginning of each and every shift firefighters, EMTs and medic meticulously go through and check their gear (or at least they should be) to make sure that it is ready for the challenges of the day. Our equipment must be functioning properly and our
I’ve compiled a list of the top 10 exercises for Fire Rescue Athletes. This list is the culmination of over 10 years of research on fire-ground movements and over 20 years experience working with athletes. You can click here to get a copy of that list. Here is one that made the list. 1. Plank