Cardiovascular fitness is obviously a very important concern for the fire rescue athlete (firefighters, paramedics and EMTs). Lately I've been researching, creating, and then performing a lot of 10-minute interval overhauls and wanted to share them with you today. You can do one of these separately after a strength workout or combine all three for a good cardiovascular workout. These only
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
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Here is a recap of the workout (you can change the exercises
based on your
Its that time of the year again, football season...and the cold and flu season too. Each year the common cold affects the average person two times, and can affect the fire rescue athlete even more. The sneezing, coughing, aching, stuff head, sore throat, and runny nose leave you wanting to curl up under the bed covers. To avoid this misery, prevention is the best cure. So with over 200