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February 22, 2017

#WednesdayWisdom from…FDNY Pro Chief Medical Officer Dr. Kerry J. Kelly

Planning meals helps you manage your time better and can ensure that you avoid unhealthy food choices. Be mindful of what you are putting into your body because performance can be adversely affected. The food you eat can decrease your risk of heart disease and stroke. […]
February 15, 2017

#WednesdayWisdom from…FDNY Pro Firefighter Felix Manjarrez

Mind-set, posture and breathing exercises aid in the advancement of tactical breathing. These three elements require practice and consistency. Once you are thrust into a stressful environment, you can take that second to pause, take a “tactical breath” to re-center and reset yourself and then you […]
February 8, 2017

#WednesdayWisdom from…FDNY Pro Doctor Dianne Acuna

First responders are taught the many signs and symptoms of a heart attack, including the common symptoms of chest pain. However, the “Hollywood heart attack”–where the patient grabs his/her chest and falls to the ground–is not always the case. Subtle symptoms, such as chest pulling, chest […]
February 1, 2017

#WednesdayWisdom from…FDNY Pros Lieutenant Thomas S. Tanzosh and Firefighter James Carino

It wasn’t too long ago that fitness for first responders seemed to be based on the old adage, “Lift things up, put them down” and run slowly and for long periods of time until your shins fell off. There is no denying the efficacy of this […]
February 22, 2017

#WednesdayWisdom from…FDNY Pro Chief Medical Officer Dr. Kerry J. Kelly

Planning meals helps you manage your time better and can ensure that you avoid unhealthy food choices. Be mindful of what you are putting into your body because performance can be adversely affected. The food you eat can decrease your risk of heart disease and stroke. […]
February 15, 2017

#WednesdayWisdom from…FDNY Pro Firefighter Felix Manjarrez

Mind-set, posture and breathing exercises aid in the advancement of tactical breathing. These three elements require practice and consistency. Once you are thrust into a stressful environment, you can take that second to pause, take a “tactical breath” to re-center and reset yourself and then you […]
February 8, 2017

#WednesdayWisdom from…FDNY Pro Doctor Dianne Acuna

First responders are taught the many signs and symptoms of a heart attack, including the common symptoms of chest pain. However, the “Hollywood heart attack”–where the patient grabs his/her chest and falls to the ground–is not always the case. Subtle symptoms, such as chest pulling, chest […]
February 1, 2017

#WednesdayWisdom from…FDNY Pros Lieutenant Thomas S. Tanzosh and Firefighter James Carino

It wasn’t too long ago that fitness for first responders seemed to be based on the old adage, “Lift things up, put them down” and run slowly and for long periods of time until your shins fell off. There is no denying the efficacy of this […]