Want to become a Firefighter? Want to improve your health? Then we have a plan for you to get you started and back into a routine of doing exercise. The best part is that it’s all completely free!
Why get involved?
- The plan is structured and offers lots of practical advice and drills to prepare for our recruitment tests
- It has been created by Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service’s Physical Training Instructors to help people of all ages get back to being active without having to go to a gym or even leaving their home.
- It will assist to get to the required fitness level of a Firefighter and exercise the appropriate muscle groups.
For more information please email email@example.com. Information on face to face sessions in selected parks in Nuneaton and Bedworth will be available soon.
Our six-week workout plan
Each session runs for 30 minutes. Each circuit style class has been designed to involve compound movements utilising major muscle groups to maximise your workout. Sessions are inclusive for all abilities and fitness levels and can easily be adapted to suit a range of needs. They include a series of cardio and strength training exercises using your own body weight as resistance.
Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service: practical advice for training tests
1 - Getting Fire Fit with Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service
3 - Practising the ladder lift
5 - Getting ready for the Casualty Evacuation Test
7 - Getting ready for the Manual Dexterity Test
2 - Warming Up for Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service practice drills
4 - Preperation for the ladder climb
6 - What to expect from the Enclosed Space Test
8 - Preparing for the Equipment Carry Test
Important safety information
If you are in any doubt about your health or physical ability to exercise, you should consult your doctor before commencing any physical training programme. This is especially important if you are (or think you might be) pregnant, if your health status has recently changed, or have not exercised for the last six months or have had a recent illness or injury.
Remember there are no quick ways to develop good general fitness levels. You must progress slowly and gradually by following a structured training programme to reach your goal.
The FireFit programme has been sponsored by Think Active and Sport England with ‘Tackling Inequalities funding’ from the National Lottery to help reduce the negative impact of COVID-19 and the widening of the inequalities in sport, physical activity and exercise.