first responders

Nick shares some valuable insights into training, recovery, and nutrition that will benefit anyone who likes to lift heavy.
The stress that fire and smoke can bring to the body is intense, but maintaining a high level of conditioning will keep you safe on the job.
When it comes to tactical training, learning how to properly defend yourself is crucial to staying safe on the job.
Too often, general tactical programs lack specific, transferrable value in the exercises and progressions.
Unfortunately, lazy is on you, my brothers and sisters in blue. What happened?
These exercises will work on weak points and enhance on-the-job performance, whether you’re a town cop, state trooper, or SWAT.
Getting stronger makes officers more effective in subject control and use of force incidents, as well as bolstering confidence and presence.
I can guarantee that Boston firefighters Walsh and Kennedy, despite the risk of the job, loved what they did everyday.
I have an idea for how you can run your gym better. Here are nine tools inspired by the military that you can implement to improve your gym business and reduce the chaos.
The year is 2030 and firefighters now need to be faster, stronger, and more agile than ever. We bring to you the 2030 Fire Department Physical Ability Test. Can you pass it?
You have worked hard and are finally out of the academy. In the best shape of your life and ready to be a hero. Little did you know that you have just hit the peak of your physical conditioning.
Aside from the physical and mental stress of your job, your schedule can make it hard to stick with a fitness routine. Here are workouts I use and suggest for a high payoff in a short time.
Dear Dad, You were twenty-plus years through your law enforcement career and you had a heart attack in front of us - your two kids - and were rushed to the hospital.
How is it possible to stay healthy when you're stuck in a firehouse for 24 hours and surrounded by temptation? Here are some tips and three workouts you can do.
It doesn’t matter if you are FDNY or a volunteer fireman in a small town, fire fighting is one of the most physically demanding and dangerous of all civilian occupations.