With the Fire Service Physical Ability Test, “almost” doesn’t count for anything.
If you score 9.5 and your Fire Service requires at least 9.6, you’ll be headed home disappointed and on the sidelines until the next recruitment course begins. And that might be a year away.
But there’s good news. Physical Ability Accelerator is loaded with information, strategies, and plans to help you prepare for – and pass – the Physical Test.
Physical Ability Accelerator shows you:
Going into the Physical Ability Test without following these strategies and training plans is like driving a car that’s almost on empty. You see, the Physical Test requires you to go faster and faster, but you’ll be running out of gas.
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Just imagine the moment when you get to tell your family and friends the good news: You're a Firefighter!
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Cardiovascular training has to be a central focus of your training for the Physical Ability Test. You're going to learn the 3 types of cardio training, and why you'll be best prepared when you use all 3.
The Physical Test requires more than speed. You also have to power through your run with efficiency and endurance. And to help you, here are the best 21 strength training exercises to choose from.
Rest! Here are 4 scientific reasons why you won’t get faster and stronger if you don’t take time to rest between workouts. And as an added bonus, you’ll learn the 5 factors that determine how much rest your body needs.
Are you a beginner at physical training? Expert? Somewhere in between? Doesn't matter. You'll get a weekly workout plan tailored to your fitness level, and it will help you prepare for the absolute best Physical Ability Test score you're capable of.
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These insights and strategies are effective at the following Fire Services:
40+ pages of research, insights, and training plans ... all to help you pass the Physical Test
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