Train for duty. Train for life.
EXOS' firefighter performance training isn't just about making you stronger. It can also help you become quicker, more agile, and reduce your risk of injury. As a firefighter, you never know the situation you'll be facing. The physical demands on your body, at any moment, can be tremendous. Using an integrated system that incorporates firefighter-specific movement training with nutrition and recovery strategies, firefighters prepare for the daily physical stresses of duty, while also decreasing their potential for injury.
Integrated Training System for Firefighters
An integrated training system incorporates performance training, nutrition, and physical therapy to meet the demands and rigors of being a firefighter. Combining strength, speed, agility, and flexibility with proper nutrition and recovery strategies is essential to being able to perform the necessary duties and responsibilities of the job, while also decreasing the potential for injury and eliminating everyday aches and pains.
- Strength and power
- Speed and agility
- Recovery strategies
- Nutrition plans to meet body composition goals
- On-site food services
- Pre- and post-training nutrition
- Injury recovery
- Post-surgery recovery
All training programs are customized to meet individual training goals and are based off of pre-training assessments including a Functional Movement Screen™, nutrition consultation, physical therapy, and cardiovascular evaluations.
"I had a once-in-a-lifetime experience training at Athletes' Performance. I got stronger and learned about proper movement. I move differently from when I started. I can tell a difference at work and everyday life."
—Lincoln Mixson, Pensacola firefighter
EXOS takes great pride in training firefighters as occupational athletes, and has participated in studies to further enhance the training and preparation of firefighters in order to keep them healthy and safe. Click here to read more about the joint study conducted by EXOS, the Andrews Institute, and researchers from Waterloo University.
To learn more about our firefighter education programs, click here.
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