The New Year is upon us and it is a great time to reflect on our current fitness levels and to consider what our fitness goals will be for 2014. Start on your path to Peak Firefighter Fitness now by taking advantage of special low pricing on TACFIT Fire Fighter: First Alarm for two days only. For less than the price of one personal training session at the gym, you will have full access to 90 days of specific and comprehensive firefighter workouts designed to help you meet your fitness goals.
Take Your First Step Towards Peak Firefighter Fitness
TACFIT Fire Fighter: First Alarm will help you to improve strength, power, metabolic conditioning, dynamic body movement and recovery time. The program includes:
- The “First Alarm” Training Manual and Program Charts.
- Instructional and Follow Along videos.
- Specific and Comprehensive Daily Workouts for 90 Days.
- Varied Intensity Training
- 7 Training Protocols
- 4 Skill Levels for Each Exercise
- Efficient 20-50 Minutes Workouts
- A Limited Equipment and Space Requirement.
- The TACFIT Fire Fighter Compliance Scoring/Accountability System
We have gone to great lengths to create a program that will help you to achieve your fitness goals and now we are reducing the pricing in an effort to help you start the year off with a plan in hand. The rest is up to you. Here are a five tips to help you along the way:
1. Set Specific Goals
The first step in reaching your goals is to identify them. Take just a moment to write down four specific fitness goals that you want to achieve next year and the time frame in which you expect to achieve them. Be specific. For example,
In the next 90 days of training, my firefighter fitness goals are:
I. To be stronger – (I want to perform 10 consecutive repetitions of the one arm press with a 32 kg kettlebell).
II. To be better conditioned – (I want to perform 10 rounds of the TACFIT Fire Fighter “As Many Rounds as Possible” protocol at Smoke Eater Level in 20 minutes).
III. To move better – (I want to perform the TACFIT Fire Fighter strength circuit at Smoke Eater Level with perfect technique).
IV. To be leaner – (I want to maintain a body fat percentage between eight and ten percent at a body weight of 185 pounds).
2. Take Action
We are confident that we can help you reach peak firefighter fitness in the next 90 days if you follow the TACFIT Firefighter: First Alarm program as designed. We have taken all of the guess work out of your physical training. Just click on “Day 1” and off you go.
3. Be Accountable
Let your family and crew members know that you are serious about reaching your firefighter fitness goals. Keep track of your compliance with your daily exercise and healthy nutrition plan and let people close to you know how you are doing. Reach out for support when you need it.
4. Monitor Progress
When you have specific goals in mind and you have started the process of reaching those goals, it is important to track your progress as time goes by. If you aren’t making progress as you feel you should, let us know and we will help you to make the necessary adjustments.
5. Keep Going
You may get off track here or there as you progress through your training. Don’t be discouraged! Just pick up where you left off and keep going.
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Make 2014 the year that you get into the best shape of your life! Please keep us posted as you progress through your training and let us know if there is anything we can do to help you be successful.
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Train hard and stay safe!
Christian and Ryan