JORDAN (ACE Certified Professional)
1/14/16 8:55 AM
Good content with relative research supporting the information presented. Interesting information relating to the MET's and max VO2 requirements for different tasks.
chelsea (ACE Certified Professional)
8/18/15 6:19 AM
Great course! Good info, but quick to get through.
ACE RESPONSE: Thank you for your feedback Chelsea! We are happy you enjoyed the course.
Joel (ACE Certified Professional)
5/19/15 12:41 PM
A lot of good information in this course. Was quick reading and very informative.
ACE RESPONSE: Thank you for your feedback Joel! We are happy to hear you found the course useful!
James (ACE Certified Professional)
10/28/14 11:18 AM
Tough little course but very informative. As a Combat Challenge veteran, I found this to be very thought provoking while at the same time, justifying the intensity at which we need to work. I will use this material to build fitness assessments within my organization.
ACE RESPONSE: Thank you for this feedback. So glad you enjoyed this course and are applying it directly to your career!
Carl (ACE Certified Professional)
6/24/13 6:32 AM
Quick down and dirty overview of VO2 Max. Provides some research summary and gave me some more tid bits to give to FF while completing annual fitness assessments.
Andrea (ACE Certified Professional)
4/18/13 11:29 AM
Very practical information for setting target zones, stress testing, and lots of charts for resoures. Highly recommended.
BRANDON (ACE Certified Professional)
10/29/12 11:19 AM
This is an excellent class for PFTs. It has assisted me in answering questions raised by FF's during our fitness assessments, about VO2 Max and how to improve it. I have also adjusted my program development focus for those who want to improve their VO2 Max for Firefighting.
Tim (ACE Certified Professional)
9/19/12 1:02 PM
11/9/11 1:12 PM
It is an interesting topic, but lacks in application.
Doug (ACE Certified Professional)
5/29/11 2:52 PM
This course was very informational. Thank you!
4/28/11 9:35 PM
This class, while designed by and for firefighters, certainly has applications in any realm where the athlete is encumbered by equipment, which includes other tactical athletes like military and law enforcement.
Really, however, the course should be called "VO2 Max, and YOU" because that is really the Lion's Share of the class, though it was interesting to learn how to model VO2 max testing without expensive CO2 measuring masks, that was the only thing that was taught. For a .1 CEC class though, it was very interesting.
6/30/10 4:57 PM
It did not get into training for Fire Fighters as much as I thought it would.
1/20/10 1:37 PM
Great information, very relivant to my career. Easy to read with useful charts and table for later reference.
7/7/09 3:26 PM
This was an excellent course.
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