THE ACUTE EFFECT OF HIGH INTENSITY RESISTANCE TRAINING ON SUBSEQUENT FIREFIGHTER PERFORMANCE

Mark Mason
High intensity resistance training (HIRT) is commonly performed by structural firefighters to enhance preparedness for occupational demands. Despite the potential for HIRT to induce beneficial adaptations over time, it is important to determine if a single on-duty HIRT session is detrimental to subsequent occupational physical ability due to exercise-induced fatigue. Therefore, the primary purpose of this study was to assess the acute effect of HIRT on occupational physical ability in structural firefighters and to determine...
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