Carter, Bruce
November 2006
Fire Chief;Nov2006, Vol. 50 Issue 11, p42
Trade Publication
The article discusses several ways how fire departments can check health of their members. One can create an on-site fitness facility or contract for memberships at a local health club. It is very important for firefighters to be in proper shape due to high levels of stress on the entire body. Strength training and equipment and cardiovascular conditioning equipment are two categories of exercise equipment necessary for firefighters.


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